We parked up by the church in Marsh Green, near Edenbridge and took the footpath which goes along side the church and through Gabriels Fishery.
After that we took a wrong turn and missed the intended footpath and ended up going a lot further than we mean't to. It's not the first time we managed this but the footpath signs around the Fishery are rubbish. By the time we had worked out we had gone the wrong way it wasn't worth turning round so we carried on eventually picking up the Vanguard Way which runs from Croydon to the South Coast (66 miles in length). From the Vanguard Way we were able to retrace our steps and pick up our intended route by Starborough Castle and back towards our start point.
On our next day off we went to visit friends who had moved to Newhaven on the South Coast. These photos were taken from a footpath which runs up past the church in Telscombe village and up onto the Downs. The views are stunning up there on a clear day.
We had lunch in The Juggs pub in nearby Kingston village which has an absolutely lovely outdoor eating area in nice weather. The food was good and it's dog friendly.