Camber Sands Holiday Park - Park Resorts
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... examples of medieval architecture although much of the castle is not in its original state. It was purchased in the early 1900's by a wealthy American who spent 10 million (!!) at the time restoring it. The whole bottom floor of the castle had been used pretty much to house livestock. People complain about the castle not being kept more original but as some of the staff today expressed - how fortunate really that Mr Astor came along ...
... this woman singing really badly! Our window was right in front of the bandstand! There is a concert every night here. Tonight was a kids concert so, a small band playing recent covers. It was really bad! But the view from the window was amazing. Anyway the concert didn't last long thankfully. We spent the evening at an Italian restaurant trying to find somewhere to stay for the next week ... Everything was booked. It is school holidays here and this isn't going to be ...
22nd Daintree rain forest
23rd Early flight to Ayers Rock (Uluru) on QF1851 arriving 09,40 .Collect Hire car
24th Night at Voyages Outback Pioneer and then on to Kings Canyon 304 km
25th Kings Canyon to Alice Springs ...long drive ... 474 km
26th Free day . Meet with Jose Petrick for tour of local Church mural and the ...
... wasn't about to let us through. Luckily there are still good people in the world and an Australian girl about our age that has just come back from Gallipoli for Anzac Day lent us her phone and had internet on it and we were able to look up where we were staying, that was a close one! Sarah's family here is lovely and we're staying with them in Tonbridge about 45 minutes out of London, which will be perfect when we're going into the city to be true tourists Just after arriving ...
... about jail-breaking a British-Russian double agent that he'd met in jail, who he and a colleague thought had been unjustly sentenced. Apparently they got him out of jail and smuggled him out of the country! And the uncle met Mick Jagger while in the nick!
The interesting parallel story of the night was the couple who started out in the beer garden when we did, and moved in for dinner at a corner table about the same time as us. Over the course of ...