I could still vividly remember my first visit to UK. It wasn’t London city that astounded me, but its suburb. A typical countryside at first glance, but it turns out to be a beautifully arching scenery across the coastline. Don’t get me wrong, London is never boring; it is always an amazing place for exploration
It was quite a foggy day. There I was, meeting up with 2 great pals of mine. We decided to take a “walk” from Durdle Door to Lulworth Cove! Durdle Door is famous for its gigantic limestone arch, stony beach and crystal clear water. We packed a healthy lunch for picnic before we start our trail along the cliff to Lulworth Cove. The view was simply amazing.
Over at the other end, Lulworth Cove is listed in the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site which hosts a lot of international field trips for geology studies. The ring-shaped cove together with the yachts and the sea have made it all picture perfect for photographer. This hike is definitely worth the time out from the hectic city of London.
My sincere thanks to Sharmila and Vicky for the wonderful day! Gosh, I miss you guys!