I like to think I'm a decent driver but the traffic in England is another story. If you make it out of the city unscathed then it's a miracle and you should keep driving. To be specific you should drive south. Someone told me that Devon was absolutely beautiful and if I were to make it out of the city this would be a must. Fortunately, I also have another friend that would draw on google maps since I'm directionally challenged so I was able to find the most amazing locations. What no one told me was there would be some serious walking involved, some might even call it hiking, so don't do what I did and wear loafers. Yes, my blue suede shoes with my matching argyle socks were one of a kind, but they did nothing for me as I was scaling down rocks to the coastline. First stop on this journey? Old Harry Rocks.
The English certainly have a sense of humor when naming places. It's as though they asked their 4 year for recommendations and just went with the first thing they said. But how were Old Harry Rocks? Stunning. There is a small pub when you pull up that you can grab a bite at but if you're tired of fish and chips (that's me) then I suggest you bring a picnic and enjoy the view. Also, something I didn't try this trip but definitely will next time, is they offering a kayaking tour from the beach to the base of the cliffs. Next? Further down the Jurassic Coast.