Eastbourne Riviera Hotel
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... Apparently the United Kingdom frowns upon people not having any plans at all, but we managed to squeak in and meet up with Scott and hop the train to Brighton. After meeting up with Scott and Fuzz we set out for a traditional Sunday roast which is a common thing to do. We met Simon and Tessa, friends of Fuzz's and did our own little pub crawl before calling it a night back at their ...
... to take me all the way back to their home in Keflavik. A long 5 hour journey of driving, ferries, and signing children's songs about ******* led me to their home for a few hours sleep before catching a flight. Their kindness will be forever imprinted in my mind. They both have a strong belief in the circles of karma and its very easy to see that they are blessed due to their own genuine kindness towards the world. My stay in the fjords will forever make me ...
... over time, the sea no longer reaches the huts so these approximately 50 sheds sit on the beaches like a dark remnant of the past.
... br> Kerim the driver was a real sweetie and totally genuine, but I felt that Osman was a rather different character altogether and I was not frantically keen to tip him at all. I would have been quite happy to walk away and not even shake his hand. He was standing collecting the tips, and had one of the most insincere smile on his face I have ever seen.
The holiday is called 'On the trail of the Apostles' which is a complete misnomer. It should be called ...
... for a bit of grass or some nettles. We petted a little, hand reared lamb which gave us the quote of the day from my mate, Jo; "It feels just like wool!"
It... Feels like... Really? Wool? On a lamb?
Oh oh oh! And they have llamas! I ******* LOVE llamas! Llamas are way too awesome to come running when called. Llamas are all like, "Oh, you want me to come over there? What's that you say? You have grass? Really? Oh ...