Buxted Park Hotel
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So leave today to fly from London Heathrow to Hong Kong followed by Hong Kong to Auckland, New Zealand. Very nervous but at the same time excited about this new journey in my life :) here goes a 36 hour all round flight, 3 hour wait in Hong Kong. Will update when arrive on 18th January in Auckland :)... Time to hit the bar before boarding ...
... out for dinner the the local pub 'the railway' which is right near the station with Jess and Jodie. The meals were very nice. We sat in the tea room behind the bar to eat. It was very nice and kitch, with pretty tea cups hanging from the ceiling. I ate a halumi and beetroot pita with chips. The chips were hand cut and super thick, although they were soft and fluffy on the inside they weren't overly crisp on the outside. On the walk home we saw a fox wandering the ...
Oh that first real sleep after the flight was beautiful! Spent the morning relaxing in the sun here at our lovely apartment, overlooking a rolling green lawn, complete with Barney, the shy black Labrador cross and his even shier black and white feline friend.
Headed off to the funeral in the afternoon, in a lovely little village called Fletching, so named because its where the arrows were produced for the Battle of Hastings. Clare's father was ...
... 14 hour leg from Melbourne to Abu Dhabi. Luckily we were able to get seats on the same row from Abu Dhabi to Heathrow.
I had a scary moment at Immigration when I discovered that my permanent resident visa is attached to my old expired passport (although I had checked online and was sure that it was attached to newone!) Luckily after a quick call to the powers that be I was allowed through. I must remember to contact the High Commission in London to ...
... The on holiday mode switch has been well and truly switched and I am in heaven.
But Madrid has not quite got their act together on this one.
There are the obligatory watch shops, leather shops,tacky souvenirs and frantically expensive duty free shopping area, (which is only really good for trying out the most expensive eye serum products that I would never dream of actually buying, and squirting on some scent or other ...