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... life was passing by at an exponential rate. This was when Adam (my husband) and I decided we would not have a honeymoon after our wedding. Instead we would save up as much money as possible and see some of the world before settling down. With this we promised ourselves we would try out new things outside our comfort zone, challenge our pre-conceived ideas of ...
... to get back to a normal diet……..i.e. eating far less!!
Our plans have changed once again. We are going to see my son Chris who lives in Rio de Janeiro as he may be moving on to a job in another country. We are planning to fly out next week and I have struggled to find shorts and t shirts in the shops here in February/March……all of mine are on the boat!! It is a good excuse for a new outfit and we can’t wait to find some sun.
... the 11
o'clock fireworks we just headed for the closest pub and had a quiet drink
before heading back out just before midnight to bring the new year in with the
final set of fireworks, which were really impressive with the castle as the
back drop. We didn't have a bad night, it just didn't live up to the hype
surrounding the event - no doubt it would've been more enjoyable if we weren't under
the weather and if there were some bands playing that we liked, ...
... lengthy process of getting dolled up in 1940s regalia for our tea. Sharon had us pose for a few pictures before we departed, and folks on the pavement got a kick out of seeing us, especially the seamed stockings, on which they commented. We had a very sweet taxi driver, full of compliments, and one young lady at The Royal Victoria Hotel said that we'd made her day, looking as elegant as we did. But for the most part we attracted little ...
... coast, a quiet town, Hastings, another gem overlooking the cliffs at the edge of the English Channel..
We parked the car at Rock-a-nore and prepared ourselves for a few hours of walking..
First we went by the Hastings East Cliff Railway, a funicular (cable) railway, which took us from the town to the Hastings Country Park.
Hastings Country Park, set on the cliffs, provides both a lovely view of the small town, ...