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TravelPod Member ReviewsLichfield House Brighton
It was very nice an comfy even though nobody was there. so we had our privacy :)
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... you can be at times. Later on when I got home I climbed into a hot bath to soak the feet and legs and after a short while found myself dozing off and sliding into the water. Needless to say I got out, slowly and stiffly, at this point. I imagined the headlines the next day...."Woman walks 100km...Raises masses of money for charity...Drowns in the bath!" Wouldn't have been the best ending to it all really ;-)
I then did my usual thing and didn’t tie my ...
... ate a simple mediterranean meal that Dan easily whipped up as the cool sunlit air wafted in from their open back door that leads out to a sweet Japanese sized backyard where Dan is building a shed and wild spring violets and dandelions bobbed between the moss. I feel so at ease and play as jaguar cat woman (one of the baddies rather than the goodies) and as a pirate mate and read story after story. Except if it's King ...
... for tweed jackets with leather elbow patches and corduroy trousers that lament the day smoking was banned in pubs because they can no longer light up a pipe at the bar as they letch at the serving wench's cleavage. Not that we all haven't copped a glance at the serving wench's rack as she leans over to grab the glassware. Haven't we?
I mean... haven't we?
... going to have a romantic dinner for two at McDonalds in town, but not before going for a swim. In the sea. The British sea. The sea attached to the country that's not exactly renowned for its tropical weather and toasty warm coastal waters. Living in Cyprus had spoiled me, I hadn't been in the water yet this year because it hadn't reached the requisite 32 degrees, instead I chose to guard my friends' possessions as they took the plunge ...
Monday 1st July
We are spending the next 5 days in the south of England in Brighton with the first of Kev's family. We are really looking forward to heading closer to the coast again. Graham, Kev's Dad, is the youngest of six children and in order from eldest to youngest: David (lives in Australia), Colin (lives in Canada), and then residing in England - Roger, Bridget and Malcolm (all of who we we will visit over the coming weeks)... and ...