The drive to Pulborough Brooks took us only about half an hour, and this destination was so worth it!
We had a fantastic hike through Pulborough Brooks and found some amazing geocaches there we had never seen before. In addition to the beautiful nature, we could see those beautiful Highland cattle which were grazing among the trees.
Today we went along the Arun river banks in a nice town not far away from us called Arundel. It is known for its medieval castle which we could view from afar.
The cows we had to go by were not behind any fence, but fortunately for us, they were just lying in the grass. We also saw something white moving in the meadows until we noticed that those were some swans. Later on we could also watch a pheasant which are pretty common here by the way – and you have to be careful when driving as they will cross the street unexpectedly.
After having finished our (geocaching) tour we went into the town Arundel to have a closer look at its buildings, and we found a church which had palm trees in its garden. Although those palm trees are quite common in Littlehampton, too, they looked kind of weird in a church yard.
We went to the village of Clapham, not far from Littlehampton, where we wanted to do a whole series of geocaches. Twenty geocaches needed to be found.
This was a most enjoyable experience as we walked through the village, along fields and in the woods. Well, actually, we walked a bit more than necessary as we missed one turn and had to cross a field to get back onto the track once more.
We also had to climb some stiles – which I really like! Besides they are great sitting opportunities for having lunch there.
At the top we also had a great view down to the fields and the cows grazing there.
Oh, and just in case you were curious, we did find all twenty geocaches! Yay!