Continuing the walk from Ravenscar we went down to Bogle Hole where the dreaded Boggles live. They only come out at night so we were safe.
Whitby Abbey on the horizon.
Around Robin Hood’s Bay.
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What a delightful walk
It is one of my favourites!
Hey Opher. Your photographs of Robin Hood’s Bay bring old memories readily to the for: it seems to have changed so little over the years.
All very quaint, and dare I say, very reminiscent of Cornwall.
I hadn’t thought of that. It is very similar to Cornwall. It hasn’t changed much – just a bit more touristy.
I remember staying at Boggle Hole youth hostel – years ago now. And Whitby – ah, yes. A folk festival there (but cannot remember who was on!)
– Terraced town of tumbling roofs –
They have some good festivals there! I love it.
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