Chichester Park Hotel
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... and explored that, we had to be out of there by 5:30 for evensong. The bell tower outside seemed to be a lot older than the main cathedral. There was an interesting exhibition in there of women from the Bible - Sue felt she wouldn't want these paintings hanging in her house and I agreed but they were really very thought provoking - especially the one of Judas' wife. They took us out to the church yard where Grandma Priscilla is buried. We had ...
... we were going to do in Cardiff for a week.
It turns out, there was plenty to keep us amused, especially if by plenty, you mean plenty of pubs! We checked into our hostel, an awesome recently refurbished little rabbit warren of a place named NosDa (literally meaning 'goodnight' or 'good sleep' in Welsh) before heading off in search of lunch. Literally one of the first pubs we saw we had to go into, simply because it was the cutest little pub we had ever seen. ...
A rucksack never provides enough room for everything, especially if most is taken up by four pairs of scrubs, the ever essential white coat and a pack of HIV PEP. I've limited the pant quota to 5, and decided that socks are overrated.
Although I ...
... has deteriorated and become quite chilly while we were inside the Pavilion, so a hot soup is what is needed for lunch and Brighton is reputed to have a reasonable Vietnamese restaurant that does a pretty good version of Pho - the noodle soup we’ve taken a big liking for in our travels to Vietnam over the past few years. So that’s where we head. And a damn good version it turns ...
... of me and my cousin Laura!
The family have simply been amazing since the news 'broke'. Dad found his mother's full name on a passenger list for a ship that sailed from Cape Town to Southampton in 1949 - this list was the catalyst which led to us finally making contact with the Wellington family down in the Southern Hemisphere. My Dad was christened Ralph Allen Wellington and the bizzare ...