Travel Blogs from Worthing
... leave us more time to enjoy the cities and places we're exploring! We decided that we'll sign off our posts with either "G" or "K" to indicate who has written the post in case some of the content doesn't make sense to the other's friends or family.
We have a very long 'to do' list to get through between now and 3rd February so there's lots to keep us going. In the mean ...
What a saga! Filled Monty with water, put clothes and food in the lockers and got the heating working. Just about to move off the drive when a car pulls up opposite the driveway - can't get Monty off if I haven't got the width of the road. He's a big lad and its a small roadway. So went to neighbour and asked if he could get the new car moved - he ...
... collection of old toys. The Brighton Museum and Art Gallery includes excellent displays of furniture from the Art Nouveau, Art Deco and other periods. There was also a special exhibition of the fashion and interior design of Biba, aka Barbara Hulanicki, famous in England from the 1960s-70s.
The most famous landmark of Brighton is the Royal Pavilion, with its striking design resembling an Indian ...
It was xxxxxx cold this morning.
The temp dropped dramatically overnight.
I will be seeing Chris on wed to get the heating sorted. I must have missed some switch or something. It must be down to me not being able to use the control panel - there are so many symbols that it is mindblowing.
Breakfast and a slow journey home.
Some beautiful pictures of the morning frost.
And Monty is now back at the storage, ready for next weekend and the New Forest.
... br> a good sign. I felt quite lonely in Birmingham a lot of the time, and could
feel myself becoming more and more antisocial, and one of the things that I’ve
really enjoyed about my wwoofing experience so far has been meeting lots of new
people and making new friends. The balance of working with people during the