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Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
... then Julie came along and bet their rock stacking record which won her an
ice cream (16 rocks stacked on top of each other in case you were wondering). We
all got ice creams and headed back after a big day at the beach. Who would have
thought that 18 degrees was hot, you could sunbake in a thermal, and rock
castles instead of sand castles counts as beach fun. How things have changed.
Next week Nick will be writing from the city of de love.
... seem unfinished and generally unfriendly cities where you trust people at
your own risk. In saying that, not all of the city folk are unfriendly or
untrustworthy, it's just unfortunate that many of them proved to be that way
and many are out to rip off visitors to the country. It's also an example of
the very different culture, where if you do something to help someone out then
you expect to be paid for it. Personally, we're used to people either helping
... years, lined the main streets, now filled with cafes and clothing shops.
We arrived at the beach and walked straight onto their pebble sand. So different! After running down to the water, and then slipping and sliding on the stones back up to the top, we headed out to the Pier. There was a giant Ferris wheel signalling the start of nostalgia. The Pier opened with lights and dazzle. There were crepes and lollies and fish and chip stands lining the entrance. We walked ...
... traffic, in a massive van. Not fun. It’s manageable, though, and I arrive at my final destination without incident.
And what a destination it is. I’m staying at a B&B called Belle Tout Lighthouse, and it is in fact a former lighthouse, perched atop the high chalk cliffs along the Channel coast just outside of Eastbourne. My room ...
... had a little baby crawl on the pool cover, a man rescue the baby and get wet, we had kids locked in rooms, we had kids dancing to Pitbull, we had a piņata for kids and for adults, inappropriate pin the tail on the donkey games as well as hide the present. Such a great night with really fun and amusing guests!
May brought a lot of happiness but it also brought some sadness. Our dear friend Debbie and family left England and moved back to the ...