On the discovery trail in Kent - the Garden of England!

The new book by a former student of Concorde International Ms Kayo Shigemori has just ‘gone live’ and is a wonderful easy read about Kent. It is filled with fun yet practical details about a range of picturesque towns and villages which make up the County of Kent – known to most visitors as ‘The Garden of England’.

6th August 2018 — Kayo has personally walked the trails, stayed in the B&Bs and eaten the delicious cream teas on offer! So if you are planning to come to visit South East corner of England, this is a ‘must buy’ book to read before your trip, and if you want – you can even have a study holiday here at Concorde International.

Kayo (from Japan) explores Kent

And then after lunchtime on Fridays, there’s always the long weekend to visit this wonderful green and delightful County where you are within an hour of London city, glorious 333 kilometres of seaside coastline!

So, pack some comfy shoes, sun cream and a brolly (umbrella) come and see why this attracts so many visitors from around the world!

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