The Berkeley Guest House
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... to serve in which ever way his Japanese tradition predicts. With a tour book on Tokyo, an unpacked suitcase and no currency as of yet, im so looking forward to turning Japanese. I hope you enjoy reading my travel blogs as much as i enjoy writing them as i travel the globe meeting new friends on a great adventure. See you next blog Love Nicki ...
... saw a carpark that was access to numerous walks people took, I pulled in and made a brew. We were just abut to leave when I saw a couple of horses plodding down the road. I grabbed my camera and went outside. To my amazement and sheer joy there was a herd heading towards us. Rich counted 28 and one was a foal. As I just stood watching them get closer and taking pics Rich came for a look but soon ran back inside unsure if they would kick or bite, I called him a pansy and laughed. A ...
... Live there. We did see the three bedrooms that were done for his daughters!!!!!! so we walked some more round the gardens then came home. I was feeling very cold and had a period of shivering, so I do not know what is going on in my body, but I wish it would go away. Went to bed. Taking some meds and hoping I will feel,better tomorrow. forgot to say that I spoke with J once in the morning and Soo gave us a super roast ...
... Water was freezing even though its been over thirty degrees for a week. We checked out the famous pier and had fish and chips with vinegar on the beach. Very relaxing end of the day. The extended day light does the brain in a little bit. See a photo of me at the pier at 9:30pm last night after dinner, sun still ...
... us 3 hours to do this trip. After a cup of tea, we feel better. Ah, the restorative powers of the cuppa! It's turned sunny, so we go for a drive up to Beach Head. It's lovely up on the Downs (no pun intended) but a bit depressing seeing the little crosses on the edge of the cliff to commemorate the suicides. There is a team in a van there all the time to talk people out of jumping there are that ...