Albert & Victoria
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... even though it got him in trouble with Micky his wife, and he will be sorely missed by all of those that knew him.
During the war he was shot down flying around the Atlantic, spent quite a few days, about 11, just floating about in the life raft till the Navy found them. Now they were lucky to have a raft as it is kept in the wing and luckily, if there can be a lucky shooting down, they got shot in the other wing.
96 is a good innings, RIP my ...
... Pier that leads out into the ocean and is full of arcades, food stalls and has a fun fare at the end. We had a walk around town and suprised it wasn't full of arcades, rock candy shops, chip shops and ice cream parlours. Instead it had the usual kind of shops and a variety of restaurants. The best thing that suprised us was a building that looked more like what you would find in Budahpest but was called 'Brighton Palace'. It was a lovely building to look at and the garden that also lead ...
... With lightheaded ness and shaky legs. Goodness knows what is going on but I do pray it will soon get back to normal as I do not really want to do anything when I feel like this!!!! Ray was watching the giro d'Italy and it is snowing and cold there!!!!! Rain continued steadily all day, so it was another day spent indoors. Not much of a birthday for Soo!!!! She wanted to do Indian for her meal so we went to a ...
... to Brighton.
A bit further along on this road there was another sign, so we decided to see if we could find it. This road took us back to the road we had originally come in on, but this time the signage was better coming in from the other way.
We went in and had a look around. Some amazing stories all over the place about the war. There was one guy who joined the airforce at age 18 years 292 days. That is just about Jay's age so was ...
...so kiss me and smile for me, tell me that you'll wait for me.
Mixed emotions after bidding farewell to London village and having a farewell dinner with my lovely family yesterday in creepy Crawley.
Should be more excited but still so many things to sort out so toying with the idea of delaying my flight until the following week. Another £200 down the drain if I decide that's the case.
Watch this space