Chichester Park Hotel
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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 ...
We got to Petersfield where we stayed at the Cricketers Inn.
That night Heather met us to take us to their place for a meal. It was good to see both Mike and Heather who we hadn't seen for 5 years. They were annual visitors to Jajarawong for many years.
Next day Heather took us by train to Portsmouth...in particular to see the Maritime Museum.
The area taken up by the museum is large and is in ...
... 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 ...
Yesterday we noticed a nasty looking bulge on our rear tyre so this morning a trip to Halfords near to Holly's was needed to find a replacement. Tyre fitted Holly and James took a quick spin to test it out. Meanwhile Sam was busy mending puncture on Holly's bike. By the time everything ready it was lunch time and drizzling so we decided to make a proper Sunday out of it and go to the pub for lunch. Said good bye to Sam, digested and set out with Holly for short bike ride to find camp ...
... work and drop everything for South Africa - so, away we all go!
We'll be spending most of our time in the East Cape region, visiting various family members and some of the locations of sentimental value for the family. There is so much to tell you all - amazing history and Wellington family origins. The most notable is that my Great Grandfather, the Reverend Abraham Arthur Wellington is ...
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