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... and creepy compared to ours in London. We couldn't open our door, so the girls inside had to open it. The girl from California was really nice and we stayed up talking for awhile. At 1 in the morning, the girl from London knocked on the door saying she was kicked out of the other room and came into ours. She was upset because her bottom bed was taken, and then sat on her bed with her tennis on facing Nicola...which was creepy.
Today we ...
... is the most over populated in the U.S. We also had the pleasure of friends and family joining us on the last leg of this adventure. The first two weeks we were joined by Christina’s friend Sandra. Once we adapted to our new surroundings we soon hit the tourist trail, visiting Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Universal Studio’s and Santa Monica where we met up with another of Christina’s friends Mashael for the day. Vegas was next. After a brief drive on Route 66 we ...
(This day somehow got deleted, so here is the updated version) Slow start, earning our keep at Jan and Brian's by doing some chores. We packed up Corsa and headed to the seaside. Brian had given us some great directions for parking so in no time at all we were in Brighton, parked down on the front, ready to walk to the famous Brighton pier. We did the complete tourist thing, walking through the arcade and all the buskers and carnies, right ...
... in the world.
“If no one’s interested in abbreviating their lives at this beautiful spot, I recommend we don’t get too close to the edge. With this strong wind you might get blown right over and end up as a statistic.”
Having no desire to be statistics, we continue our drive towards Eastbourne. ...
... 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking