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This morning Nathan headed off early to attend the Rotary Club of Chichester Harbour breakfast meeting while Traci and children got stuck into school. After an early lunch we drove to the nearby town of Battle which is the location, where in 1066 the Battle of Hastings took place and William the Conquerer defeated King Harold, ending the Anglo Saxon reign of England. In Battle we visited the English Heritage owned Battle Abbey which had a very informative display about ...
... the only sibling either of our parents have. She was quite adamant that Lil Sis looked like Dad and I didn't look like anyone. I was kicking myself on the way back for forgetting to show Bear to her. I'd love to know if she had any stories about him, or if she even remembered him. I must remember to send her a fridge magnet from home. She has a collection that rivals mine. (I've added to mine quite a lot this last couple of ...
... answer, unlike the contestants) we headed to the local leisure complex to enjoy an evening meal at Chiquitos. This Chiquitos was really nice and the decor and design felt a lot more authentic than in bristol. I had my usual round of quesadillas with churros for dessert (I never ordered sharing ones, but that seems to be what happened somehow) Paul had a burger with a creamy alcoholic cocktail for dessert and Harrison had enchiladas with ...
... most things have corn syrup added to them as well. Not a good combo. The sight of an enormous woman rolling out of a supermarket with a gallon of Coke under one arm and her portable oxygen cylinder under the other just about summed it up. Their roads are great. I hate the large 5-7 lane freeways when they are full of heavy traffic, but they are good and well signed. The speed limits are frustrating. Generally low, but wherever there is anything at all even if only two ...
... the weather was great and we had a beautiful sunset and view over the Brighton seaside during our candlelight dinner. At our neighboring table they were working away at some gigantic monster crabs. Cracking away the shell seemed to be a real hard job. It sounded like they were breaking someone's bones.....very spooky. Many seagulls were attrackted by the crab show and were crying out with there unique calls in the summer wind. Off to Bath - Short Break ...