Once at the top of the cliffs there is a very steep zig zaggy narrow path down to a small campsite. We proceeded to continue down again I had to take a few images of the sun pouring through the foliage canopy.
|The route down.|
|Hart's Tongue Fern|
|In the distance Samphire Hoe. The spoil from the Channel Tunnel.|
During the Napoleonic wars Britain erected a series of Martello Towers on the South coast to warn of invasion most have been left to the weather or in some cases turned into homes. Peeking out between the trees was a wonderful view of a Martello tower that has been restored back dropped by the English Channel.
|White Martello Tower|
|Looking back up, the way home.|