Thank goodness for the wonderful weather that day, we could really enjoy the massive outdoor areas of the castle.
In this part of the Dover Castle travel log, you'll get to see some of the snapshots of the 'Secret Wartime Tunnels' used in WWII.
Harmless v lethal 無辜的 v 致命的
Group 'shadow'. 四人合"影"
Playin' cool. 裝酷
The Secret Wartime Tunnels were used as a hospital for the wounded soldiers. Of course, battle tactics and other related facilities were also equipped in these tunnels. Unfortunately, photography is strictly prohibited, due to safety reasons. However, nearing the end, the guide let us wander around on our own, and thus the camera could finally breath again.
After walking underground for a while, we decided it wasn't time to see light yet. We headed toward the teashop and gave ourselves a little treat. Thanks to our English friend, I finally learned the authentic way of having a scone - butter, jam, clotted cream and all!
Even the sinks in the toilets are wartime-based.
More about The Secret Wartime Tunnels:http://www.dover-kent.co.uk/defence/tunnels.htm
to be continued...