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Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
... had a
paternity leave contract and I had all week at the same school that I really
like. We have got into a bit of routine through the week. Get up early, get the
bus and train together, then I get off and swap trains, work all day, head home
and meet at Clapham Junction. Now when I got there first I normally hit up the
shops to grab some supplies we might need for dinner. This week I also had to
stop at the chemist to buy some girly supplies. ...
... 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
... of other girls ready to rock n roll. The ride was like a dial with seats at either end. Once we were strapped in we went up and over the entire pier and hung at the top waiting for the others to get in down below. Then we started swinging and did 360 loops, going around like a giant hand on a clock. As we neared our second completion at the top, our entire seat did a 360 loop and we watched as the ocean passed into the sky and the sky back to the ocean. My heart is thumping again ...
... interesting facts about the surrounding area.
Once we got into Eastbourne I hopped off the bus at the Eastbourne Pier, one of the few remaining seaside piers from the Victorian era. It’s about as you’d expect – touristy, and quite weathered and worn (which is to be expected, given the location). From the pier I walked up and down the beach a bit, just to take in the sights. The Eastbourne beach ...
... or the PanPacific every year - there's no story in that. I wanna read about the guy who did it on an old Indian or did the Dakar on a Vespa... or Mongolia on scooters! I can't wait to read Paul Carter's new book about the challenge of taking a Biofuel bike around Oz.
Mandatory reading for all scooter riders should be Two Up By Scooter by Michael Marriott. It's about a guy and his ...