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Travel Blogs from Brighton
So this week started with my birthday. Yes I turned 27! I am
getting old even if my height and physical appearance still chooses to be a
teenager. I started the day with some texts and phone calls from home on the
way to work while my family back home had pizza and cake in my honour to
celebrate. The Julie and Nick dolls looked like they had a ball and were seen
eating, drinking, babysitting and of course posing with the family for photos. ...
... most of our time laying by the pool in
our amazing resort and if we weren't laying by the pool we were chilling out on
the resorts private beach or in our room. The Sands Resort was amazing and
offered heaps of water sports as part of the package, so we snorkelled, water
skied, kayaked and paddle boated pretty much whenever we wanted. We also went
swimming with dolphins twice (the second time we were out there for an hour or
so and it was probably the ...
... it a bit different. I'm sad to admit that while we were admiring the outside of this building we spent a good amount of time trying to take cute pictures of squirrels :P I wish we had had to opportunity to look inside though becasue apparently it is just as eccentric as the outside but unfortunately we were pushed for time and so we had to keep going! Of course we had to fit in time for shopping while we were in Brighton so we made our way to the Lanes. ...
And so, eventually we landed in Gatwick and stepped right into the 1960s. I had never been to Gatwick airport and so was previously unaware of the existence of a time portal which forced the main terminal to stay in 1965. After our virtually perfect European train experiences, our train into London was delayed for half an hour due to a signal failure north of Croydon, which was of little surprise to someone used to the British rail network. ...
... after a quick can of chilli and rice we were slipping away to sleep with animal calls all around. It was incredibly peaceful; a point that did us well as we slept for 11 hours!
Day 2: It was our intention to get an earlier start today but with such tranquility we found it hard to depart (especially as Finn had a rear wheel puncture to start the day with), finally doing so at a similar time to yesterday.Our original plan was to head for the South Downs but ...