Premier Inn Newhaven
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... alive was good. Got some washing done yay, anyone who gets close enough will be pleased that we have plenty of nice clean clothes. Was nice to see Ray and Jane as well of course. Stephen and I are staying at the pub round the corner so we went and got ourselves settled before back to Ray and Jane's for tea. The next morning we headed off to Arundel castle, very cool! Beautiful gardens a fantastic old keep and a castle, still ...
... ours and as we wait in the dockside, we can see the spray pounding over the outer harbour jetty. Once on board, we find a table with a good view from the stern, so we can keep our eyes on the horizon. As the boat leaves the harbour, the acrid smell of small children's vomit wafts across the saloon. Our original plan was to spend a couple of days with my old friend Tony Webster in the cottage that ...
It would be untruly to say that I was
taking a part from the beginning of this trip. My pack was worried about me
having difficult time adapting to a new life, so they sent me on holiday in the
country. Meanwhile, Ruta and Alfred went up to Whitby and met William. Now, he
sounds like the kind of captain I would trust my life to, not those two. He is a previous owner of the boat and he spent a whole weekend trying to teach them how to sail and do ...
... just chatted to the guys in my carriage. The train moved off, a little jerky but not enough to warrant chocks and then half an hour later we arrived. Really really painless!
It was then 1pm and I was still feeling okay so I kept going to Sharpthorne another 100kms east. I missed a turn; got lost once; bought some more lozenges that were less like suppositories; stopped for ice-cream; and arrived mid afternoon at Ruth and Rick's place. Heaven!!
Brand new tyres - well you have to scrub them in don't you. A few hundred kilometres should do it nicely.
So Henry III and I set off for the coast. I've got a real proper paper map and we manage to avoid every major road and stick only to the tiny country roads: lotsa potholes and cow pats; single lane with oncoming maniacs; lush green countryside with resident horses, sheep, goats; lovely quiet twisties - Bliss!!
We had lunch in Lewes and then cruised ...