Creativity Travel has packed away the Christmas decorations, dusted off the office files and hung up the new Calendar with all the beautiful and cheery photographs of South-East England. A peep out of the window through the wintery looking trees takes my eye straight, across the valley of the River Dour, to the magnificent Dover Castle, and Pharos (Roman Lighthouse). Known as ‘The Key to England’, Fortifications here have guarded ‘The Gateway to England’ for over 2000 years. Strategically situated on the iconic ‘White Cliffs of Dover, this is the amazing sight which greets guests cruising into Dover Cruise Terminal.It is well worth getting up early to take some stunning photographs on the approach (with or without the bluebirds)!
So how will guests spend their day in our ‘Port of Kings’ ? The opportunities are endless, and our visitors are absolutely spoilt for choice. Yes, London is just over an hour or so away, and Canterbury, with its historic and beautiful cathedral is just 20 minutes up the road.
I am Yvonne, MD of Creativity Travel and local ‘Blue-Badge’ tourist guide, and I am busy dreaming up new ways to see life, ‘off the beaten track’, and away from the ‘maddening’crowds! Kent is full of spectacular views, country lanes, villages, craft stores, home-grown produce, local (W.I. and Gardeners) cake sales and coffee mornings and visits where you can taste, smell, hear, feel life in ‘ The Garden of England.
Chauffeur driven car-tours around Kent, small mini-buses, or even larger private groups…. Apple and Pear blossom in spring, the wonderful strawberries and cherries (and English sparkling wines) in summer, and the rewarding harvest views of early autumn.. OK, Yvonne, stop dreaming, perhaps it is still mulled wine time, but never too soon to plan for a perfect, individual and personal guided tour in Kent…. Sweet dreamsTweet