10th December 2015: Teynham to Faversham



This stage of the Saxon Shore Way took us from Teynham station, retracing our steps to Conyer to rejoin the route along the sea wall. On a grey and windy day we passed remains of the explosives industries on the marshes and a nature reserve. We spent some time in a bird hide where a friendly bird watcher informed us about the many bird species we could see on the mud as the tide went out, including dunlin, curlews, lapwings, redshanks, turnstones, and avocets. He also pointed out seals on a far mudbank. Eventually we moved on past Oare and into Faversham for tea.

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