Sedlescombe Golf Hotel
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... visited a few more places for snacks during the day...Infinity for vegan lasagne and salads; Filfil for felafel plate (really delicious); and a pie/pasty place which had vegan options (and all pastires were 1/2 price after 5:30pm!! ). Eddie said his favourite food so far was the wholemeal pasty. It is really nice to have something 'traditional' like that.
As we walked home this evening it was cold and windy with a little sleet. We had such a great day by the sea :)
... in front of another and then to cap it all Treacle decided that the best game would be to try and catch the full plastic bags and they swung uncontrollably in the gale. It was an absolute miracle that I managed to get back to the van with the grapefruit still inside the bags as she had ripped large holes everywhere.
On Thursday 18th December I left Seaford and headed west. There were interesting emotions, I was really sad to leave my home town and my friends and for ...
... Walkabout' where we stopped for a pint and sat looking down onto the beach. We hoped it was going to be a clear warm day but most of it, although nice was cloudy with the occasional chill in the air. Our afternoon was spent sunbathing outside Harriet (our camper) on the nice soft grass until it got to cool and we went inside. Later in the evening we went and checked out the evening entertainment. We arrived at the end of a quiz where the winning team won a free holiday back at the ...
Left home at 7.40am and topped up with diesel. Got on the motorway at 7.50 and apart from a brief loo break and a longer stop for lunch we arrived at the Windmills Park campsite at 2pm! Good trip with hardly any traffic and very few lorries. Crossed the Severn Bridge and parted with £6.40 for the privilege! Fantastic structure. ...
... on to Parc le Breos, a 6000 year old Neolithic burial chamber, of which there are dozens upon dozens all over Wales. It was then onto Rhossili Beach. Listed as one of the top 10 beaches in the world, Rhossili Beach is popular with surfers, and stretches on for quite a distance. Just near it is an abutment of land known as the Worm's Head, as it looks like a worm rising out of the water. We climbed up a crazy steep hill to get some amazing views of both the beach and ...