East Sussex National
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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The day started with our realisation that English crumpets are amazing in comparison to Australian ones. After breakfast we headed off with Pete to make our way to Camden Market. We got an Oyster card each, then caught a big red double decker bus to the tube station Tooting Broadway. We sat up the top of course! Pete showed us how to read the tube map, and how to navigate our way to the right train ...
... of nine siblings, all of whom came for the funeral, along with many of the extended family and friends. One of his brothers runs a large farm, and the house backs onto the church yard, so that became a meeting place for the next couple of days. After a short service, everyone walked around to the church graveyard where Arthur was buried alongside his parents. Finished the evening off with another pub dinner, this time at The Halfway House in Hartfield, where Arthur and ...
... I'll be allowed back into Australia on the way home!!!
The first leg of the flight was terrible; I've done the journey a few times over the years, and this was one of the worst flights I've ever had. I would never fly with Emirates again. The seats were so narrow that Greg and I were almost in each other's laps! Luckily we were able to put the arm rests up for most of the flight, which helped a bit, but the legroom also left a lot to be desired. I ...
All the best laid plans, an' all that.
Packed, checked out leaving our bags behind the reception desk, coffeed right up and headed out in the bright sunshine towards the art gallery.
We had decided, after due consideration, that we would by-pass the Prado, reject La Reina Sofia and Picasso's famous Guernica and instead, choose the Thyssen-Bornemisza museum which was showing a Gauguin exhibition entitiled, 'Gauguin and ...
... room for the fridge, which still loomed down the street. Half an hour later Reece had finished. I walked downstairs with him to load up the fridge. But it was gone! Daniel was vindicated.
That afternoon I began painting the shelves with paint left over from last year (“Expresso Delight 6,” as you may recall if you read my blog from the trip to Ukraine, with stopovers in London and Germany). The flat began to feel finished ...