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Day 3 - London to Chichester. And ... I woke about 2:30 am. Tried to get back to sleep for about 2 hours then gave up, mum fared better but also was up around 4:30. No need for that alarm I set! We pottered for a bit then had early showers, re packed our cases & were having breakfast about 6:30. We decided to head to the nearby Starbucks for some caffeine. I thought it would be open at 7, someone was there setting up and signed us he'd open at 7:30. We went to find an ...
... at least 4 buildings which all looked like terminals, and from the bus they seem identical. Once boarded we take forever to taxi out to the runway, as there are lots of other planes also heading that way. We take off about an hour after our expected departure time. Yay - Brighton at last After approximately 22.5 hours spent on 4 different planes, 8 hours sitting in airport lounges and a 35 minute train ride, we arrive in Brighton, our first port of call. ...
... or the other way round, we didn't know. All we knew is that we wanted some time with the people that we've missed since leaving sixteen months ago.
And we wanted to buy some clothes.
And I wanted to partake of my favourite curry from my favourite Indian restaurant.
And Maggie wanted some coffee from Nero's.
It's a pretty place, the south of England. I didn't appreciate it so much, I guess you don't when you ...
... That and did I mention the hooting of horns? I did. Good. So I decided to take Matt out for a stroll as the idea of a cat nap didn't work due to said noise. Off we went for a merry stroll around the block. It wasn't really around the block but more to Connaught Square, just to give him a feel for how different Delhi was. I was beginning to go into a state of shock now. The thing about Rajasthan (yay right again) and particulary Delhi, is that it is great to start your trip from ...
... a small place full of things to see, people to see them with, and, importantly, people to return to.
I hope I've done my home experience justice. A host of weird and wonderful feelings, mostly new and happy ones, are difficult to think about, let alone write about! I'm left, after leaving again, feeling content about the whole shifting continents thing. I'm excited about the future, about seeing old faces again, and about where I'll see them. I'm excited about the rest of my holiday. ...