Albert & Victoria
Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
... 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 ...
... but worthwhile trip, but also exhausting and we wouldn't
recommend Morocco if you're looking for a nice relaxing break. However, if
you're looking for something very different and you want to broaden your
horizons then it's definitely worth a look. Morocco may only be a small stretch
of water away from Spain, but it's definitely not Europe, it's a different
culture, different people with different customs, architecture and
expectations. The landscapes are ...
Today Lottie and I headed out to Brighton to visit the sea! It has been only my second encounter with a proper beach since I left Australia... it felt like we were going on a holiday!
We took the train down to Brighton, which took about an hour. When we arrived we walked straight down the main road to the sea. We could pretty much see the water from the train station. The town was beautiful and alive with people. Beautifully designed buildings, which I assume have stood ...
... the South Downs, the large national park that covers the area from here to Brighton. The path climbed up from sea level to the top of the cliffs and then along the edge all the way straight to the lighthouse. I misjudged the distance, though – what I thought might take an hour or so in fact took a little over two hours. It wasn’t very difficult (and there were many, many other walkers on the trail, so lots ...
... photo shoot happening as we arrived but we stayed long enough for a (very lame) burger and coffee. We caught up with all the news and then I had to head back to Sharpthorne before the afternoon rush hour hit.
Being a member of Bike Club France and meeting and staying with all the fabulous people living in France made all the difference to ...