Lewes to Glynde
Sunday 5th May 2019
Popped down to Lewes for a short walk from there to Glynde.
London May 2019
Impossible to walk past the John Harvey Tavern (the brewery tap for Harveys) without briefly paying my respects!
Outside John Harvey Tavern.
Took a quick look inside the brewery shop, which sells a lot more than just beer - including an impressive English wine selection.
Streets of Lewes.
...but you don't have to walk very far in any direction from Lewes to be out in open countryside.
Chalky path and hills.
I seemed to be quite enjoying myself judging by the inane grin.
Approaching Mount Caburn.
Lots of cowslips.
Looking slightly out of breath after climbing one of the hills.
Nice views from Mount Caburn, but a shame the weather was so grey.
In theory somewhere in that view is Breaky Bottom, but I couldn't quite pinpoint where exactly.
Tried to zoom in a bit to the area around Breaky Bottom.
Seem to be quite jolly again.
Heading down the hill towards Glynde now.
On the outskirts of Glynde.
A lamb following (presumably) its Mum.
A lamb sitting down.
In Glynde, I stopped briefly in the shop here to buy some local produce to take home.
I got the train from Glynde to Lewes, and would have just carried on through back to London, but got a message from Ricardo that he and Katherine were in Lewes - so I broke my journey to meet Ricardo for a drink at the Lewes Arms.
The food menu at The Lewes Arms. I had already eaten lunch but was tempted to order a second here (I didn't in the end).
Ricardo and Katherine in the Lewes arms.