No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
Friday morning we had set our alarm for 8, but the Italian girls decided to wake up at 7 and start packing everything which woke up everyone. Obviously the day didn't start the way we planned, but we did get everything packed early. At breakfast we met Matt, an Australian, who was traveling all over since May. I was shocked because he planned on spending 10 days in Bangkok by himself.
Our train left at 10:06 so we planned on leaving to ...
... uses this word every single time, and it's so enjoyable hearing a typical brit say that word :p) It took us a while to actually get used to the accent, but it came very quickly. One funny thing I got to experience was during the break. You know back home if you're in the theatre during the break, you can most often go to the cafeteria or buy candy by some guy walking with a box on his belly. They had like that here to, but it wasn't with candy, only different types of ...
... and drove over the GG Bridge to the neighbouring town. We were very fortunate to have beautiful weather while in San Francisco as rain and fog is usual accustom. Another great drive followed, this time through the Redwoods up to a small town called Acarta. We visited the beach and the Redwoods for a trek. Up the road was our next stop, Crescent City. This was very much a fly by stop over town as the main high road is littered with fast food joints and motels. However, ...
... still felt energetic so decided to walk to the "other" pier, in Eastbourne. Walked down to the front and along the promenade to the pier to again walk through the arcades and carnies to the end. There were a number of long line fishermen at the end of the pier and we watched them haul up multiple fish on one line. The evening ended with hugs all around as Brian and Jan would be gone by the time we got rolling. A wonderful visit to ...
... that could do nothing about it. I'm not a vegetarian, and never have been, although I do (mostly) try and ensure that my meat has come from animals that have lived as happy a life as possible, but some of the aspects of the work at Ritoweg made me feel really uncomfortable. Not that Ritoweg mistreated the animals at all - the animals all had plenty of space to roam and were really well looked after - but the knowledge that they were being raised ultimately to be killed ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed