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Travel Blogs from St. Leonards-on-Sea
... new purchase I was astounded at how huge they were. I went
to Nick and said something just isn’t right I feel like I am wearing a nappy. I
then grabbed the packaging and read the back. Yes I had bought pads for ladies
with bladder issues. Needless to say Nick thought it was hysterical and I am
now left with a double pack of ultra absorbent pads and no bladder weakness to
require them. Next time I will stop and read the packaging before I ...
... and cultures, learn as much as possible about how other people live and make some memories that we would hold on to for the rest of our lives.
We are now homeless, car-less and jobless (although Adam is lucky enough to be able to do a little freelance work as we go) and it's an incredibly scary prospect to just drop everything in the name of adventure but we ...
... most of our time laying by the pool in
our amazing resort and if we weren't laying by the pool we were chilling out on
the resorts private beach or in our room. The Sands Resort was amazing and
offered heaps of water sports as part of the package, so we snorkelled, water
skied, kayaked and paddle boated pretty much whenever we wanted. We also went
swimming with dolphins twice (the second time we were out there for an hour or
so and it was probably the ...
... it is in the U.S. The would, of course, take some seriously getting used to for me (someone who drinks upwards of 6-8 cups each day)!
Another rainy day... But, it was a great day to explore!
Hollis, Jaxon, and I walked down the promenade from St. Leonards-on-Sea to Hastings.
I'm fascinated to learn about how the government limits speech! Television mandates that both sides of a story are told. The BBC and Sky TV don't have shows ...
... Hythe which
has a lovely promenade which we have walked a couple of times, on a
clear day you can see France clearly across the water. Saturday began
with a trip to Canterbury, a bit like York but certainly not as
pretty and a lot more foreign tourists, perhaps York isn't in the
foreign guide books as its north of Watford Gap. On Sunday we went to
Dover because Glenn is a bit of a castle fan and his granddad told