Sedlescombe Golf Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sedlescombe
... had a
paternity leave contract and I had all week at the same school that I really
like. We have got into a bit of routine through the week. Get up early, get the
bus and train together, then I get off and swap trains, work all day, head home
and meet at Clapham Junction. Now when I got there first I normally hit up the
shops to grab some supplies we might need for dinner. This week I also had to
stop at the chemist to buy some girly supplies. ...
For the last 12 years of working a high pressure job and no break since school, life had gotten hectic and trying to keep up with it was proving to be impossible. Trying to fit in the never ending housework, sweating it out at the gym, and snatching a bit of rest time here or there in the tiny amount of free time left became exhausting... social life was virtually ...
... one day trip to London
over a weekend and have also been able to spend some time getting to know the
local area where we live over the weekends as well (including several of
the local pubs). Unfortunately the weather has been shocking pretty much the
entire time we've been in the UK so we haven't been able to do as many weekend
trips as we would have liked - but hopefully the weather will clear up
soon enough and we'll be able to get out and about a ...
My last evening, I really want to stay and see and do more, but I'm also very happy to go home! I had a really good swim and had a nice bubble bath. Feeling very relaxed :) Now I have to clean up my room and pack my bag. Watch tv, CSI marathon is on. Go to bed early and tommorow moring geting up and take the train home. Feeling sad and happy at the same ...
... are the champions' and the famous bohemian rhapsody. A great way to end my stay in England for a bit. Today I am taking the train back to Paris. I'll really miss is here. Thank you so much to all my wonderful and loving friends and family. I really appreciate all of your kindness. I'll miss you so much but I think I'll be back to see you all again soon. In memory of Anne Pitcher. A wonderful loving mum who will be greatly missed. I'll keep making the most of everything thanks to you Anne. ...