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... s a job for tomorrow. We spent the rest of the afternoon with our aunt and cousin, before going back to the hotel to get changed.
One of us looked swanky and gorgeous, the other one looked barely passable. I'll let you decide which was which.
It was a fun night and we met some more relatives. The less said about my heroic attempt at rescuing a bottle of wine that ended up in the birthday girl wearing the contents of my glass the better.
... Hastings'. By mid afternoon we arrived at a coastal town called 'Brighton'. I don't recall ever coming here as a kid and both Rich and I think it is lovely. We both had an image of a local coast where I used to go on holiday as a kid, and often go with Family now on day trips, 'Skegness'. We parked on the sea front and went a walk. The beach is just pebble and has no sand but it is so long and wide and the sea was inviting but although a nice day, not warm enough for swimming. It has ...
... a breeze. It was a wonderful surprise to see my mum and her husband and my baby brother, my aunt and uncle and cousin and my twin sister all there for dinner too. A real reunion. We decided to prolong the holiday vibe and stay the night, playing poker long into the night! Getting home the next day we found ourselves marvelling at the size of our house. Before we left for our trip we had grumbled a lot about out growing it, but after 4 months more or less ...
... and bought our first UK umbrellas, and Yuka telling me about japanese people being able to sleep on the bus and wake up when they need to. Apperantly, every japanese person sleep when they community travel! We've also been to the pub behind the school and had our first british beer! Newcastle for me of course!
Today Tammy and I finished around lunchtime and went to a korean restaurang that Yuka recommended. Un-belivable!! So good, the food's called "Bibimbab"! If you ...
... br> a good sign. I felt quite lonely in Birmingham a lot of the time, and could
feel myself becoming more and more antisocial, and one of the things that I’ve
really enjoyed about my wwoofing experience so far has been meeting lots of new
people and making new friends. The balance of working with people during the