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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 ...
... age of the guests here.
Unlike our London hotel, this one has a fridge in the room, and it even has a library. There are small bowls of sugar cubes on the table in the bar complete with little tongs. It's a bit posh!
We can see the Eastbourne Pier from our window - part of this burnt down a couple of months ago, which is sad, as this is one of Eastbourne's iconic attractions. I believe the rest of the pier was re-opened to the public on the weekend, ...
... view.Colombia has achieved miracles in the last twenty years.It is growing rapidly and the people are as friendly as the Brazilians with a natural verve for life.The recent success of its football team is a testament to its growing belief in itself.It also has some of the most beautiful colonial and natural sights on the Continent.My suggestion,book a holiday to Colombia!
Unfortunately Venezuela is a basket case,it is in reverse ...
... white cliffs along the coast. Nice lunch (yup, G&Ts, another pub), then a couple of hours wandering around Lewes. Explored Lewes Castle which dates back to 1069. Magnificent, but that's enough thanks. Another cafe for coffee and post card writing before making our way to East Sussex National golf club. Looked good, but sadly lacking in the ladies retail department!
Cuddles with Barney on returning to our apartment, before cooking dinner for Clare's sister and ...
... 50ft I think. Did manage to fit in some shopping at the smaller shops, and purchased a few little things to bring back. It's actually quite difficult to find something that's legal to bring back to Oz! While waiting for the bus, I tried Starbucks for the first time. Yay!! I think seeing that sign gave me a bit of a head rush; I was so excited and its really just a fancified coffee shop! I have proper English money in my purse now! Notes are ...