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... was almost blown away being the lightest. The ocean was being whipped up into a torment of froth and spray which coated our glasses. There is nothing like a walk along the Brighton Beach on a nice day (apparently). We reached the Pier and had a small break from the wind as we walked through the amusement arcade. That was after the obligatory photos with heads in the painted characters ("I have been to Brighton Pier"). It was ...
Spend a day in Bognor with all looking at the sights - pubs, town, sea front and bookies!
Drop a note to Bol to see if I can arrange something for next week - Kips and Ginge ?
Bognor hasn't changed much - Sainsburys instead of Lec, some new housing estates but Graham Press still there unchanged opposite the chip shop I worked in as a boy and the amusements still get all your money
It was xxxxxx cold this morning.
The temp dropped dramatically overnight.
I will be seeing Chris on wed to get the heating sorted. I must have missed some switch or something. It must be down to me not being able to use the control panel - there are so many symbols that it is mindblowing.
Breakfast and a slow journey home.
Some beautiful pictures of the morning frost.
And Monty is now back at the storage, ready for next weekend and the New Forest.
... went on the Indian rail? I don't know what bloody train she went on but it is nothing like that I can tell you and as I found out. I'm not even convinced she was in India at this point to be honest and it looked like the orient express or something. Anyway, after our beef fantasies and discussing what we would eat back in the U.K (Burger King, Dominos, etc. all the major food groups right there and the stuff dreams are made of) - we opted for an early night. Now I have these ...
... and saw Noel Coward’s "Private Lives" with Kim Cattrall and Matthew Macfadyn (Mr. Darcy). It was an excellent production, and I was able to see it on closing night – a very special experience.
After spending the night in London and walking around in the rain briefly the next day, I took the train to Guildford, and here I am – ready to start learning more about tourism in England. I hope you are enjoying a green and budding spring, wherever you are - ...