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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Kate and I drove down to Brighton to do some exploring. We arrived in the afternoon and wandered around the city to get our bearings. We toured the royal pavilion which has an interesting history and then walked down to the Brighton pier and walked around the arcades and did ...
We we're planning to get to Brighton today, but suffered a minor set back just outside of Ramsgate harbour. We we motoring along quite comfortably until the engine stopped completed. it appears that some of the muck on the bottom of the fuel tank clogged up and starved the engine of diesel. So we dropped the hook ...
... been a bit hit and miss but I'm sure it'll do. We've got three windsurfing boards, two surfboards, three bikes and a van that probably weighs about a ton more than it should.
After a great weekend at Nic and Mon's in Brighton (the girls all getting on so well really helped!) we headed off on a Dover to Calais crossing to start the big adventure...
... left behind some of our camping books and started watching how much fresh food we were buying, we really felt it was getting close. We were definitely going to miss this lifestyle – going wherever you wanted, whenever you wanted and for however long. Our to-do list was one that we always looked forward to and only included sightseeing, excursions and scrumptious food. And of course, we were going to miss the food – the cheeses, the menus and the daily visits to ...
... survive without a hot shower for a while. For me this is the only benefit of a campsite really: the hot shower. I can see you think: Is it possible to do wild camping in the UK? Yep, not difficult at all, once you put your mind to it. Must admit, I am a bit bold in these things, also pitching my tent in areas where it is officially not allowed. I never make a mess and take my rubbish away, so what is the harm in putting up a small tent for one night? And no I am ...