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This week, we have been at Bartons, my uncle's house. We are only doing one thing per day. Here are the things we have been doing:
Monday: We went to Petworth House, a very rectangular house with lots of paintings, sculptures, and massive grounds.
Tuesday: We went to the town of Battle, where the Battle of Hastings was fought in 1066, when William the Conquerer ...
... we are greeted by the 'please Drive safely in Albourne' sign which is standard in England as well as an offer of 'free range eggs.' Commentating, I said Albourne was off to a great start. However it was then that we passed then 'Thank you for driving well in Albourne sign' and knew that Albourne was over, and with it all changed of Albourne having any sort anything in it.Thus Albourne takes it place in history as the most pathetic town ever.
By chance we made it to ...
A beautiful sunny autumn day in England deserves a beach side day trip!
A group of 6 expat Aussies; Abby, Amanda, Brad, Josh, Kate and I made our way on the coach to the sea for the day. Meandering the lane ways and markets, sitting on the pebble beaches and for the crazy others, jumping in the 10degree ocean for a swim!
The day wouldn't be complete without a trip to the funfair on the pier and an off licence session in the park! What a perfect Sunday!
... to Crawley and then caught the 9:30 bus to a little village called West Hoathly, where a branch of my family lived in the 1500-1600s. One of their houses – the Priest House – is now open as a little village museum, but as it wasn’t yet opening time, I spent some minutes poking around the churchyard, writing down inscriptions from all the seemingly related graves. Two really stuck out to me; the first one I saw was for the Dungate family in the 1700s ...
... it a bit different. I'm sad to admit that while we were admiring the outside of this building we spent a good amount of time trying to take cute pictures of squirrels :P I wish we had had to opportunity to look inside though becasue apparently it is just as eccentric as the outside but unfortunately we were pushed for time and so we had to keep going! Of course we had to fit in time for shopping while we were in Brighton so we made our way to the Lanes. ...