Buy fish right off the boat from The Fish Hut or eat it there and then at The Snack shack
You can sign up to their mailing list or follow them on Facebook to find out what they're catching and cooking that day
In London, you can buy straight from the boats through Soleshare

See the work of Paddy Hamilton or read an interview with Paddy at Weather Dependent 
Stop by his open studios near the Lighthouse (and ask him about his Brazilian beach pencils)
There is a beautiful book on Derek Jarman's garden by his friend, photographer and film-maker Howard Sooley

Stay in Dungeness at the Shingle House, designed by NORD, through Living Architecture

We've heard (from a lady at the pub) that a plot here will set you back £690,000
Simon Conder Associates have designed a number of the houses there

Follow Owen Leyshon, the Warden of the
Romney Marsh Countryside Partnership on twitter @LeyshonOwen for as it happens updates on sitings of birds, insects, wildlife and to join events
He's knowledgeable and very friendly, so if you need more information call him on 01797 367934

Listening ears
Owen runs an open day at the sound mirrors every year, normally in mid-July, which allows you to go right up close
This is one of only two sites in the world where you can see all three designs of the ears
If you can't wait, park up on Hull Road in Lydd-on-Sea a mile or so North of Dungeness, and head inland across the shingle until you find a pathway
It's a strange mix of suburban wilderness and pre-war science
More details on Greatstone
You can't touch them, but you can get 'close enough to throw a cricket ball'

Thanks to all the No Fixed Abode Crew who made this first trip out-and-out great: Aycin, Neco, Allison, Ellie, Kirsten, Mert,Yeliz, Monica, Mike, Jorge, Daniel, Tess and the lovely Lisa for the concept of abandoned narratives. And to Kathy and Luciano for the copycat follow-up.

Photography © Rosanna Vitiello, Luciano Vitiello, Lisa Cumming, Kirsten Abildgaard

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