One day we made an excursion to Peacehaven a town and civil parish in the Lewes district of East Sussex, England. It is located above the chalk cliffs of the South Downs. The landscape there is absolutely unic and beautiful. It should be "Peace heaven"
not far from the sea
amazing house decorations
a special architecture
and wide wide fields, which look like a huge patchwork
the river looks like a snake sliding through the green fields
there was also a windmill
We had lunch in this nice "Cavery", a restaurant where you choose your meat which is put on your plate and then you can take as much vegetables as you want.
After lunch we admired the The long Man of Wilmington the mysterious guardian of the South Downs, who has baffled archaeologists and historians for hundreds of years.
The Long Man of Wilmington is a huge figure cut into the side of a hill in the South Downs in Sussex. It is one of the biggest images of a man in the entire world. He is drawn standing, and holding what appear to be two staves on either side of him.
Until the 19th century the Long Man was only visible in certain light conditions and after a light fall of snow, but in 1874, it was marked out in yellow bricks.
It's just amazing when you see it
and there are also these old farm houses.
It was just a beautiful trip through the country side where time stood still.
More participants here