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... struggle out to the end of the pier. Not surprisingly most of the sideshow rides were closed due to adverse weather. The Ghost House and Dodgem Cars were open but we didn't go on. On the way back through the amusement hall Tristan changed a pound into a cup of two pence and tried his luck on a coin shuffle game. He got 18 back out of 50 but put those back in as well.
The wind was starting to drop as we walked into the ...
... of the continent talked about corruption on a massive scale in these fledgling democracies.It is hardly surprising when most of the countries politicians taking on the task of rebuilding entire states were not experienced enough to take on the task.Much like giving a child a car to drive….it looks like fun but inevitably you are going to crash it a few times until you get the experience to do it properly.Corruption comes naturally to those who are not adequate enough to ...
... Would you gentlemen like a drink from the bar? Can I have a free bottle of champagne. I'm 40 today. No!
just realised I didn't put an apostrophe in we're earlier. Must do better. But I'm on the iPad so forgive me.
if you want to post any comments feel free.
if not bollocks to you!
hope it's cold and rains xx
... France and consisted of terrorising and slaughtering the local population and stealing all their property. The second way was more in line with English aristocracy, he married a wealthy heiress.
Anyway he built a magnificent castle which really was more of an impressive mansion. He was on the wrong and right side of the ruling class at various times. He supported the Royalists when Cromwell won, but supported the house ...
... down the beach (past even more fish & chip places, more bars, more souvenir sellers and more striped deckchairs for rent), then into the Brighton Laines – narrow, twisted alley ways with cute old buildings that used to be houses and businesses for the local fishing activities, but are now up-market boutique shops, restaurants and pubs mainly aimed at the thousands ...