No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
... 8217;ll admit it back home I use
the same brand, know what the packaging looks like so I can just grab them on
the run. I tried to do the same at Boots but it went a bit wrong…. So I walk
into the lady section and see some familiar brands. I see a sale on regular
pads, with the usual statements on the front, so I grab it and pay. In and out
of Boots in under two minutes. I then go buy some food and meet up with Nick. When
it comes to try ...
... because it's the right thing to do, or not helping you because
people are minding their own business. We are used to being able to walk
down a street without being hassled and a certain level of personal space. It
was definitely a very different experience and because it was different is was
also very tiring as you're constantly having to adjust to a different way of
doing things - which isn't a bad thing, just tiring. It was also tiring because
... with a child like roller coaster, before dodgem cars and then conquering our two most feared rides Haunted House for Lottie and Giant spin in the air ride for me. The haunted house was not that haunted given is was 11am and we could see the daylight breaking through. But the thrill seeker ride had me in. I thought I’d escaped as we needed 6 people to ride, unfortunately Lottie enjoys striking up conversations with total strangers and soon enough we had 2 English lads, and ...
... cream teas.
“I must try a cream tea” sighs Cecilia. In spite of the immensely high fat content of clotted cream, it’s just too much to resist, so we enter to enjoy this typical English afternoon repast.
Afterwards we start to stroll along the seaside esplanade, but a very heavy band of rain catches us, ...
... yeah – plus a ginormous pier stretching out into the ocean, completely covered in fairground rides, indoor fun parlours, souvenir sellers, bars and fish & chip shops... After a wander to the end of the pier, we stop for some overpriced, but surprisingly good, cod & chips for lunch (and that gets that compulsory activity out of the way); then spend the rest of the ...