Crouchers Hotel & Restaurant
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Tristan was looking for boots and a luggage bag. He took about an hour in one of the shops to decide NOT to buy a Perry Ellis bas because the wheels were a bit wonky. The girls became bored and went to the closest bookshop and bought a book each. After some more looking around we ended up in a small cafe for lunch which was very nice and cosy in atmosphere. Afterwards Ian had to walk back to the car to get a new parking ...
All went a bit pearshaped latterly, couldn't get wifi anywhere! So will write the last bit in Chichester! Hated Chiang Rai! Naff city, and got lost again! Set out determinedly to find a bar and somewhere for dinner and couldn't find a thing! Just giving up when I eventually spotted another white person! Did he speak English? Yes, with a fab Irish lilt! Cathill Phelan, newly shaven, had previously found a bar street! So ...
... a place selling traditional English breakfasts and waited whilst the eggs were cooked (this is a good thing, freshly cooked eggs are better). Whilst we were waiting I went to get some drinks from the self-service coffee machine. Now this should not be too tricky. I think there were eight choices in all, of which one was chocolate and the rest were coffees. There was latte, cappucino, mocha and so on. They mostly had names that just about anyone familiar with major European ...
bottles of drink. The weather was just boiling and i was struggling in the heat.
However it was not too hot for too long as when the sun went down it suddenly
became quite cool and I sat with my feet towards the BBQ. We were having a great
time here on Hove Green throwing ball's and frisby's at eachother simply to heat
our body's up. However non of us were very good at it but as ...
... killed (burnt at the stake) for their faith, in the 16th century. We went inside to find the church was open as there was about to be a choir practice. We had a chat with the organist, who had been twice to New Zealand. We also went past a very small country cricket ground.
While it was lovely that the sun was out, the setting sun in the west made driving a bit of a challenge. We were home just before it was dark and we had tea in the apartment before sorting out blogs ...