Travelodge Brighton Seafront Hotel
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Very nice hotel from the outside, but it does not have the best service.
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... we had a shorter stop here, just loos, drinks, topping up water, checking feet and back out to the sound of the dawn chorus waking up! As we left a helper tried to attach more glow sticks to us. Despite the fact that we wouldn’t have been able to find our way without the glow sticks marking the route we were getting irritated by things very easily and had decided we were fed up of glow sticks. We resisted the temptation to tell her to shove her glow sticks up her bum ...
... requires explaining Christian theology in child terms that isn't confusing or condoning martyrdom (giving me lots of food for thought since Easter is just at the end of this week). Then my exhaustion kicks in and my arm pits are in need of a good scrub. The bath calls and after a good long soak in which I lost time. I then snuggle into bed in their cozy kitchen/dining room/living room/guest room/out to back yard combo. I ...
... I haven't lived oop north for 13 years now, I've no idea if you can even still get scraps or if they were banned because it was discovered they caused seven different types of cancer or something.
And one last nod to the humble chippy; No where else can you get the **** off great big pickled onions that they sell. **** your little cocktail pickled onions that you have to ...
... to make sure we had change for the luggage trolleys. We surprisingly managed to fit everything on to two trolleys and then we trundled them over to the Air Transat check-in, which was up one floor, through a number of doorways and down a steep ramp. There were probably a dozen or so Air Transat staff standing around and they were all just staring at us and wondering how we were possibly going to make it around the corner on this ramp. Finally, one fellow came over and ...
... slang. Our favourites today:
"There's a geezer up ma' jacksie" - meaning there's a car following very close, and his reference to the "sausages" meaning Pol's, originating from the word sausage roll - haha!
Friday 5th July
Today we became official UK residents, complete with a bank account which was no mean feat - an hour and a half interview with the bank manager, 100 questions and numerous hours later, ...