A Trip To Dorset

I have been a bit absent from my blog and from social media the past week or so but I have been up and down the country in just a matter of days. As I mentioned in my last post, I went to Perranporth in Cornwall for my brother’s rugby tour (which was a lot of fun) and then the last three days I have been in Dorset. We went to Dorset on an A-Level geography trip from Monday to Wednesday. On the first day we went to West Bay and then to Durdle Door and Lulworth’s cove. Durdle door is that fancy arch in the rocks which you see on many post cards. On Tuesday we went to see Old Harry’s rock (a stack of rock in the sea) and we did a huge walk, which was pretty exhausting, and then we went to a beach for lunch before we carried out some work because of course we were on a geography trip after all. We also visited Swanage which is a lovely sea side town and had some gorgeous beach huts along the edge of the sea (blog post on that soon!). Then finally today, we went to Corfe Castle, which is a lovely little village and looks like your idealistic British village. On the way home we went to Charmouth beach which is popular for fossil hunting and guess what…?! I found a fossil! It was pretty pathetic compared to other people’s and it is pretty sad however it was fun. I have gotten home this evening and I need to take some proper blog post photos so I will leave you to have a look at some of the photos I took whilst I was away.

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