Cliffs, high winds and mushrooms…

It’s hard to believe that we walked two days of the Jersey Coast in October – the photos look like some sort of summer day on a Caribbean island with turquoise seas and golden sands. In fact, on the first day we had some pretty fierce winds (the news said 70mph, but I don’t think they were quite that bad) and some absolutely soaking squalls – luckily it was a good drying day! It was a glorious walk, every corner you turned brought a new view, and there was hardly anyone else around. We ate crab and mussels, more crab and sea bass… and enjoyed the stunning scenery and the easy walking, and were very grateful to my brother who happily dropped us off and picked us up from wherever we ended up.

day one – 14km (approx, my sat nav doesn’t work on Jersey) from St Ouen to Greve de Lecq

day two – 19km including the extra bit to Devil’s Hole, from Greve de Lecq to Bouley Bay

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