South Downs Way Day Two

The journey from Alfriston to Southease. Alfriston is an adorable village with ice cream and tea shops and Much Ado Books. ImageImage Then we walked through fields and fields of sheep. Image Image And finally arrived in Rodmell, the longtime home of Virginia Woolf, and also the Abergavenny pub which had the best nachos made with English Mature Cheddar.  Image Image Image

2 thoughts on “South Downs Way Day Two

  1. Hi Rachel. This is making me miss England! (Despite the overcast weather in the photos, and the sun outside the window here in Roma). Alfriston is stupidly cute. Most of all missing British pubs – always nice, but especially as an escape from the grey. Are you going through Lewes? Did you see the Long Man of Wilmington?

  2. English nachos! That may just be the best cross-cultural cuisine I’ve ever heard of 🙂 I love the photos of you two! Not that bread and Izzy aren’t adorable in the posts from home, but it’s good to see your beautiful, very in-love faces once in awhile 🙂

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