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TravelPod Member ReviewsCastle Lodge Horley
Lovely little guest house, staff very friendly and helpful.
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We arrived at Gatwick airport just a few hours ago. We had to wait for
about an hour in passport control and then collected our luggage from
the conveyor belt. Once we got to our guest house we went for a little
walk around Horley, there was a lot of second hand shops. At night it
gets dark very late and gets light quite early. …
... spent hours in there looking at everything. However, we eventually left, and as we were headed towards the airport, we popped into the Michael’s craft store I’d seen on the internet. It was amazing – like HobbyCraft on steroids – and I got tonnes of awesome scrapbooking stuff for cheap. Even better, the woman in the line in front of us at the till had a spare 40% coupon which she gave to me. It was so ...
... from it. Today was a busy travel day. We didn't wake up as early as we planned (we were going to get coffee and go for a very early morning walk through Hyde Park again) because Aidan had a rough night, battling nausea until the wee hours. So we took it easy and modified our plans as we went. Our first stop was the Earl's Court Tube station and the Costa Coffee location next door where we left our umbrella yesterday ...
... passengers all sat back and watched the Hungover on the coaches TV's while we waited. By the time we got back on the road again we were never going to make the 7pm ferry we were meant to catch, and instead had to get the 10pm one. In the end, we didn't get back to London until 1am. We tipped the two poor bus drivers well, in consolation for their fines, and for their amazing karaoke skills they amused us with over the course of the drive! We then had to trek around the corner with all ...
... looked worn out
After that it was through Customs and immigration, which getting back into the UK is a breeze
I went through the red channel as I had some cocoa leaves in my bag, I wanted to find out if I could bring them in, the Customs guy took one look at my bag (ruck sack) and said, keep going mate, so I never found out about my cocoa leaves, but it dont really matter, I'll just be making tea from them (its good for headaches)