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... houses, a hotel and a NT visitor centre. This latter we headed to first for the obligatory tea and cake, then we looked around the information part which had a good display on the ongoing erosion of the chalk cliffs. There are a row of houses here that were built by the Customs and Excise people to control smuggling. Originally several houses in a row plus outbuildings, ...
... a cheap indoor swimming pool, archades, restaurant and evening entertainment. It is quiet even with having a beer festival located on site which is it's last day and closed at 6pm, and i imagine through the summer months would of been packed solid with families as it caters alot of activities for kids. We are spending the remaining afternoon on site relaxing and going to the restaurant for dinner tonight. We decided with the weather improving and forecast to be sunny all day that ...
Went to Arundel today - big castle - Duke of Norfolk and his family live there and opened to public. Built some parts in 1060 and built on over the years. Very impressive - went up to The Keep - saw the living quarters and bedrooms. Took the bus from Brighton - double decker sat up top - took 2 hours to get there -went through Hove, Soreham, Worthing, Littlehampton then Arundel. ...
... wont be bitter on her arrival r.e. Djokovic's loss to Murray at Wimbledon yesterday. A lovely fare-thee-well through watching abysmal television and dropping in for GBK pre-departure. Very jealous of her impeding diet of Eastern European cuisine- fruit and veg that doesn't taste bland, soggy like the wet bit of a tomato that may be floating around in your tesco £1 sarnie.
OH well what a shame, South America ...
... over lookng the water and a stroll along the boardwalk, almost made us feel at home ... until we saw the beach - full of pebbles, not a grain of sand in sight!
Great Sunday roast for dinner and then a girlie night on the couch (boys were playing boy games) watching the new series of Downton Abbey, with lots of tears!
These were not the only tears as goodbyes are always hard :( Until we meet again good friends, or you send the kids to Oz.