To celebrate Nat’s birthday we all invited ourselves over and had him get up extra early to make us all coffee. It was a cloudy start but we were promised rewards of sunshine, a swim in the sea, fish and chips and a massive day out on the bike.
West London and the M4 corridor is home to the continuous suburb. We eventually made it out and onto clear and quiet roads and raced our way into Hampshire.
The fact that people from Winchester refer to it as Winchy should tell you all you need to know. That and the fact that this cafe we ate lunch at sold microwaveable cauliflower rice for £3.50 a packet…
The New Forest was all horses and ice cream, we enjoyed both. Robin captured this awesome photo of a horse and someone else got that rad shot of Robin loving ice cream, everyone was winning at this point.
250km just to get our feet wet! In fact we didn’t even go to Durdle Door, but rather finished things off just next door at Lulworth Cove where we took a moment to stand in the sea and contemplate the days endeavours. Then it was back on the bike, a quick climb over to Wool and time for some of the best fish and chips ever and a long old train ride back to London.