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Friday morning we had set our alarm for 8, but the Italian girls decided to wake up at 7 and start packing everything which woke up everyone. Obviously the day didn't start the way we planned, but we did get everything packed early. At breakfast we met Matt, an Australian, who was traveling all over since May. I was shocked because he planned on spending 10 days in Bangkok by himself.
Our train left at 10:06 so we planned on leaving to ...
... that I was completely surrounded by seagulls! Poor things were probably just hungry, but it's not a great feeling when you're equally hungry, and someone else want the food you want to eat, and also paid for! And they were uncomfortably close! The swedish girl in me felt trapped by intrusive seagulls, so I had to move away from the beach sadly. Bloody seagulls, as Jackie would say.
A few minutes later at the Brighton Pier I met up with some folks from EF. We were going ...
... Now, Lonely Planet described Portland as the most advanced city in the U.S and I was expecting something like Tokyo. However, you should never believe what you read as Portland couldn’t be further from what was described. Still, it was a very nice city and we enjoyed our short stay here. Most of you know the next place we visited although you may not know the name of the town… Astoria… home to Mikey, Brand, Chunk, Mouth, Data, Andy, Stef, Sloth and of course ...
... an enjoyable vibe. Lunch called so we strolled down the Lane, a bustling little shopping street that could almost fir a lorry, to the Roccoco for paninis and coffee. Another round of people watching as we enjoyed very fresh, nicely toasted focaccia bread. The 2 hour parking ended all too quickly so it was back to Corsa and on the road to home with A quick stop at Sainburys to replace the French press that hadn't survived the morning ...
... done it.
Lunch today had consisted of a Tesco sandwich and bag of crisps.
Dinner that night in France was missed, but we were doing well. When it turned dark we were keeping our eyes peeled for somewhere to sleep for the night, but there was no sign of motels and no signs pointing for campsites (being out of season we were not surprised) . All the towns looked like they were shut up for the night, and with their shutters closed it was a bit eerie, almost ...
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