Dungeness is an acquired taste!
Miles of shingle. A nuclear power station. Fishermen’s huts. Swirling sea birds. Old and new lighthouses. End of the line for the light railway. Derek Jarman’s old hideaway.
Windswept and desolate or atmospheric and spiritual. You decide.
Casa San Juan was the last house on our tour, accessible via the river tour. The stairs from the water feature beautiful tilework which continue onto the wall below the home as a mural. The house is almost entirely in its original form, complete with amazing woodcarvings preserved through time, all made by prison inmates.
Casa Maranao is the only pre-colonial house in the entire complex. It's actually a torogan, the home of either a datu or a sultan. To mark this, panolong's (wing-like carvings that flare out from the floor beams) surround the house.
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