In 2007 we rode into Whitby, had a very quick look and thought it would be a nice place to visit next time. We weren't wrong. It is a smallish coastal town with a church ruin that dates back a hell of a long time and the town where a young James Cook learnt to sail a boat. A fair bit of history and very scenic.
We spent 3 nights there, as a day trip on a steam train was in order. This isn't only a tourist train but is used every day to commute between towns. Very slow and relaxing.
Across the moors heading further South.
Olga is going perfectly. Maybe she has got her second wind and wants to do another lap. Lets see how she behaves over the next few days.
Next stop Felixstowe.