The County Hotel
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... to wait and see when we can check in! I'm excited to see Adrian but my tummy is in knots! I found out my gran passed away this morning so I just feel gross! It sucks being on the other side of the world knowing there is nothing you can do! Hopefully I'll feel better when Adrian gets here but just pretty home sick at the moment. ...
... Friday night we decided it was time to 'Aussie up’ 385 Durnsford. AJ keeps making us this South African meat stuff which is like marinated in juice and drained in a mini-oven for days so it hardens up. We’ve had a go and it’s just nasty and salty. And really hard to chew. After a heated argument about who had the better food, Coops and I made chicken parmas for all. I heard no complaints. First parma I have had since home. I’m not ...
... before having to run to a train to transfer us to the correct terminal. Or, maybe it's because we got stung $110 on EasyJet for having one very small extra carryon bag. (those bloody teddies!) Or, maybe it goes right back to the beginning where our flight to leave Aus was 11hrs delayed...Maybe, oneday I could go on a trip where I don't have to worry about any of that, where someone else can do all the bookings and maybe even pack my bags for me, maybe even travel first ...
... and I will have to get the recipe of her. Even me who isn’t a fan of crackling had to admit it tasted pretty good.
We enjoyed some of the amazing red wine we purchased at the markets and retired to the lounge to watch some TV. Even though we were full we found space for some cake I got from the market, chocolate berry, carrot and custard and berry slice. Great way to end a night with friends to make it only sweeter.
... and English channel ferry's were cancelled and our Eurostar train was the only one to get through before the weather turned ****. Despite yhe wet we continued to look around and worked our way round to the Byron, a place that does awesome hamburgers, chips and Oreo milkshakes. After dinner we made our way back to the hotel room to plan our next day and settle in for the ...