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Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
... 8217;ll admit it back home I use
the same brand, know what the packaging looks like so I can just grab them on
the run. I tried to do the same at Boots but it went a bit wrong…. So I walk
into the lady section and see some familiar brands. I see a sale on regular
pads, with the usual statements on the front, so I grab it and pay. In and out
of Boots in under two minutes. I then go buy some food and meet up with Nick. When
it comes to try ...
... we were
there. But it was bloody pricey and noticeably more expensive than Adelaide, so
before we head back there again we'll definitely need to save a few more
Mauritius was awesome. After the craziness of planning a wedding and a 10 month
trip, Prue finishing uni and getting the house ready to rent, laying down
in the sunshine and doing very little was what we both needed and it was one of
the best places for some R n R. ...
... with a child like roller coaster, before dodgem cars and then conquering our two most feared rides Haunted House for Lottie and Giant spin in the air ride for me. The haunted house was not that haunted given is was 11am and we could see the daylight breaking through. But the thrill seeker ride had me in. I thought I’d escaped as we needed 6 people to ride, unfortunately Lottie enjoys striking up conversations with total strangers and soon enough we had 2 English lads, and ...
... were here with us in this lonely place of worship.
We dawdle much more that our itinerary has scheduled. After wandering through the picture-perfect rural cemetery that surrounds the building, we depart, greeting our artist as we leave. He has almost finished his watercolour. Our next stop is at one the England’s grandest houses, Knole.
Owned by the Sackville-West family ...
... it was when a couple of other teachers started touching the gifts and making comments about the teachers getting something nice as a gift for doing the holidayclub, i spoke. I simply said, the teachers are paid for their contribution and the gifts are for the children from the Kiandutu Slums - NOBODY would be taking anything from the table and if 60 children were not idenified as recognision for their talent, i would just hand the gifts our ...