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... 3am for my sisters in durrington. Here I again loaded up the bike and headed for
Tonight was to be a grand night on the seafront of Hove with my wonderful
friends Chris and Debbie who I met in Argentina last year on my Pan American
After again unloading the bike and getting all my bike gear off we set off
for the seafront but not without a stop at the supermarket to get ...
... on the surface to be normal upstanding citizens. They are unpredictable and itīs best to steer well clear!! I am now vehemently denying I have any English heritage whatsoever.
Rating out of 10: 9 (on Bonfire Night!)
In a word: Bizarre
Something interesting: In Lewes, Bonfire Night commemorates the memory of the seventeen Protestant martyrs burnt at the stake for their faith during the Marian Persecutions, as well as the famous Gunpowder Plot of ...
... the pitch! In Brighton we succumbed to a considerable amount of shopping, interspersed with a late lunch, before we headed to the Duke Of York's cinema to watch the remake of True Grit. We smuggled Olivia in (it's a 15 certificate!), and it was rather interesting that the hero of the film is a 14 year old girl with pig-tails (Olivia had woven herself two pig-tails that morning).
The next morning (after another lovely breakfast) we packed up ...
... through getting a quote lost reception. They didn’t call her back so we had to start again. Once we’d received the insurance quote we called the bank to find out about making a large purchase with Visa debit. They said they could put a note in the system so when a transaction the size we had described came through it wouldn’t be flagged as dodgy and shouldn’t have any problems. We called the dealer up – but he ...
... Catholic. Parallels can be drawn with the fox hunting ban (not that I want to prise open that can of worms): the battle between history/tradition/heritage and modern day sensitivities. There are some that have called for Lewes bonfire to be banned – or at least toned down. I just can’t see that happening – well, not anytime soon. Lewes’s MP, Norman Baker, said the word bonfire goes through the town as if it were a stick of rock. I couldn’t put it better ...