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... for a while and wondered what happened if Santas reindeer went sick before the big night, would there be enough to get Santa around to deliver presents.
We had another mooch of the stalls before heading back for a reindeer burger and then a banana coated in chocolate on a stick, which was lovely and tasty, before heading home, it took about an hour and a half to get home after a very nice day out.
... we got there the friendly staff organised us a taxi and within minutes we were on our way. Our taxi driver met us at the door, his name was Gary, a local his whole life and former local bouncer. He told us about other famous Ausies that have graced the shores of Brighton, Cate Blanchett even owning a home here at one point. His crown jewel of stories was when he advised us all about the infamous Nick Cave and his antics with a Brighton Speed camera and the fact he ...
... and widespread here but at other times they are scarce and elusive.
They come from the north and east to feast on our berries and escape the worst of the weather in their breeding areas. It breeds in small numbers in northern Sweden and Finland and then in larger numbers across Russie and Siberia and into north-western North America, extending as far as Washington and northern Idaho.
Given that their normal habitat is in some of the wildest and ...
... did use his indicators! Never experienced such chaotic driving - definitely not the AC causing a dry mouth!
We met a French woman who is working as a volunteer teacher in a Carmelite orphanage - we've never seen so many schools and the children wear the most stunning uniforms - 100% literacy in Kerala - and incidentally great internet connectivity - always full coverage - not like Anglesey!
Having survived four weeks (almost) without any "toilet issues", Phil ...
... back we agreed that west was best and 40 minutes or thereabouts after leaving the pub we were parking at Titchwell where we took a stroll down both main paths. We didn’t see anything unexpected but Titchwell is always a nice place to watch birds.
From there, apart from a quick stop at Hunstanton Tesco to fill up on diesel it was straight back home to my chilly, unheated house, but the gas man came and sorted that out the next day.
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