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We have now got to the stage that the holiday looms large. On Friday it was at this time in six weeks we will be.... Saturday was worse! I spent the day thinking in six weeks we will, hopefully be waking up in the hotel in Southampton and looking out the window at OUR cruise ship. Then it was breakfast, walk along to the ship and checking in. Finally it was we should be doing lifeboat drill about now. Even this morning when I woke, at home needless to say, I was thinking I wonder ...
Nov. 23-30: Brighton was fun. There are lots of pedestrianized streets, squares and lanes lined with shops and cafés. It was almost December, so festive lighting was up. The seafront has miles of pathway and promenade. There's a good museum and art gallery, a fancy palace and a concert hall in the dome that used to stable the palace horses. It’s flat for easy walking in the city centre and along the seafront, ...
... plug I bought?', but i think we're more or less there now. What we don't have we can buy out there and what we don't use we'll end up throwing away along our journey! I'm still living in hope that Steve will carry my ruckstack as well as his! :)
Anyway, due out for a few drinks with work friends tonight so better get some things finished off before we go!
... the future brings.
Without a real plan, itinerary or any sort of time constraints, the feeling of freedom we have is amazing, liberating, and the possibilities seem endless.
Watch this space.
"A true traveller has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving"
... can do', possibly slightly butch lesbian appearance, and my inability to change a tyre or jumpstart a car. But I can't do either!). I could only drive at 50 mph down the motorway on the spare tyre, so I crawled back to Eastbourne, picked up the rest of my stuff, said goodbye to the hosts and went to a hotel on the seafront for a few nights.