Jurys Inn Brighton
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The highlight for today is Stone Henge. We head out from Plymouth once again through the scenic country side. Sounds like a good time to sleep. It takes about 3 hrs to get to Stone Henge afternoon we have a pit stop. On arrival at Stone Henge it is very commercialised. But you can't expect any difference. Cost about 12 pound an adult to enter. You …
... and ticket machine it became clear what was going on. The carpark was full, so it was only letting one car in as soon as another car left. So after a good long wait, it was time to get in and try and find that one remaining spot that had become free. I found one, which was of course stolen by a dick in a Lexus - no surprise there. But only 30 seconds later someone left right next to us so lo and behold, parking!
But enough about ...
We awoke this morning to bright sunshine streaming in our windows. Looking out it was hard to distinguish the scene from a typical Gold Coast day...but I knew the wind blowing here was not warm - instead it was icy. We were really lucky though, with such beautiful sunshine as we planned to sight see and walk along the promenade as well as out onto the Brighton Pier.
First point of call though was breakfast at Wai kika moo kau. We had a vegan English and pancakes with ...
... but definitely something you can shake your booty to. After an hour or so the place was crowded, and more people wasted. I left around 1am, so I was in my bed around 2am. Totally okey hours, just that I had to go up at 6.30am the morning after...
And when I got of the night club bus and walked home, I noticed something in front of me. I first thought it was a cat, bur the head wasn't shaped like a cat-face. Could it be a dog? No, too small... Can you guess what it was...? Yes, ...
... happened twice more - both in Rio Gallegos. Very odd, and a reminder of how happy I am that I live in a country where I do not have to take ID with me whenever I leave the house and do not even have to give a policeman my name if I've done nothing wrong (and I'm not driving). The road blocks on the way in and out of each town are quite oppressive and also quite useless I would imagine. It certainly appears to do little to prevent the tide of drugs heading north ...