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... was almost blown away being the lightest. The ocean was being whipped up into a torment of froth and spray which coated our glasses. There is nothing like a walk along the Brighton Beach on a nice day (apparently). We reached the Pier and had a small break from the wind as we walked through the amusement arcade. That was after the obligatory photos with heads in the painted characters ("I have been to Brighton Pier"). It was ...
After a week in London, it was time to move on. It hardly seems like a week ago that we arrived in England and had our first meal at an English pub. It seems like so much longer than that. We've done so much and seen so many things, yet barely scraped the surface.
After getting a minor hiccup with our next hotel reservation sorted, we checked out of the Imperial Hotel in Bloomsbury. We had to get to Victoria Station for our train to Eastbourne, and decided that ...
Awake 7am and after breakfast etc started to head off just before 9 am. Travelled along slowly but quite good Went through locks - Goring, Cleeve, Benson and then stopped for lunch, had to walk into the village and left Lew on board as had hooked up in the trees Headed off through Days, Clifton, Culham lock and then tied up at St Helens Wharf at Abingdon Walked to the pub and were just going to enjoy our tea when the man at the next table was sick so we went inside! Back to boat at about 9 ...
It was a welcomed sight to see Jess and her dad waiting for me, as I know I have done for her so many times before (except she was wearing clothes when I just wear my pjs) and once the excited greetings were over we headed to the car to make our way to little Crawley Down. Jess lives in the most beautiful little town imaginable and I must say it bears a pretty good resemblance to pivot drive in Harry potter!!! But maybe more so because I was fairly delirious in my tired state. It ...
... a pot of tea for two and a scone each which we thought was appropriate given we were in England. The scones were absolutely delicious, layered with a generous helping of clotted cream and strawberry jam. We savoured our scones as we sipped several cups of tea before continuing down the street towards the Pavillion. The sun was just starting to come out and it was turning out to be a decent day. We walked through the gardens, looked at the India ...