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Travel Blogs from Battle
In order to get china visa, the consulate needs to have confirmation as to how we arrive and depart. We have now booked and paid for our flights from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur and the 4 train journeys from Moscow to Beijing. Once visas for Russia and China are in our passports we will book hotels for Russia, Mongolia and China for the 3 of us and then Kent and I will plan our hotels and onward travel from KL to Singapore, Borneo, Brunei and ...
We make the eventual descision to go to the new forest and din din din, head for a non caravan club site! The red shoot is in the forest with a pub at the entrance. Result, what a nice open place and the pub not to bad either.We Toodle into the nearby village and see a load of horses before heading to the in. for food. bit pricey but they had kids area so that hep,ed, although there were a few incidents including emily banging ...
... impressive, but slightly less decorative than others we have seen in my opinion. The pipe organ in particular is most unimpressive. We have seen larger ones in small parish churches. Lots of Archbishops and other high up church people are entombed there, which is fair enough, but of more importance, in my eyes, is the number of men who gave their life for their country in numerous wars ...
... week we travel to East Sussex, staying near Hastings and Battle on a
site called Norman's Bay. At this rate Glenn will be storming the
beach in full armour and chain mail before the weeks out. He tells me
when he was a child he wasn't allowed to watch sword fighting films
or programmes as he used to re-enact them in his sleep. I'll let you
know whether he's been consigned to sleep(fight) in the awning next
... of time we had there.
The train station is a fair walk to the beach, but you just walk down the main street and there it is. We decided to visit the city first and stumbled on the most bizarre architecture that you would think of seeing in Brighton or England for that matter.
It's called the Royal Pavilion, a seaside retreat built in 1787 for King George. What makes it odd is the Indian style architecture, something totally out of place in the UK, but visually beautiful ...