Gatwick Little Foxes Hotel
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... of Brighton was the fresh fish n chip lunch and getting to play in the old penny arcade. We couldn't manage to get any accommodation in Brighton in our price range so we decided to stay in a town called Crawley. It is right near Gatwick airport which where our hire car has to be returned on Monday. So from Crawley the idea is to do some day trips out to the Sussex area and probably see more Castles! Until then, Cheerio - Jess and ...
... to the Paddington Railway, so we did some explorations in this area, as we hadn’t been to this part of town previously. Next day, we started wandering the usual tourist traps around Big Ben, Parliament and Winchester Cathedral. We then decided to wander down to Buck House, to see if anything was happening. As it turned out, we were in time to see a Changing of the Guards ceremony and the Horse Guards, clipped by us.
After all, the changing ...
... s dorm room (I don't really think that, but I'm a Slytherin so....)
Of course, we saw Big Ben and took a trip on the Eye. Got a nice view of the impending storm!!
Anyway, pictures to come eventually when my internet connection isn't as dodgy and my power to my computer isn't draining. (Don't have the converter with me at the moment).
... close to one another but in London they are spread out on several different streets around the city. We concluded our tour at Camden Market, which is one of the more popular shopping areas in London, it has a lot of street vendors that sell their own work. I bought a ring for myself and a painting. We only had one hour to shop,which definitely was not enough time, before we had to walk to dinner. We had to get on the tube and walk for twenty minutes before we got to ...
... them all. Flying into Durban was much the same, but the anticipation was intensifying. I had a moment of realisation that I was about to embark on the adventure which I have been wanting to do for about five years. It was really happening. After being introduced to 'African time' in the immigration queue, where the attendants served people when they felt like it, and continued to chat amongst themselves ...