The Devonshire Park Hotel Eastbourne
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... to Brighton Pier it was dusk (only 4:30PM) and so we took some more photos with the carnival lights on. It was definitely much calmer now and there had been blue sky on occasion during the afternoon. We drove back to the hotel by driving along the beach, to avoid the central traffic, and around the outskirts of town. We had tea in the Harvester with most of the family eating the same as last night - must have been good the first ...
... for over 20 minutes.
The next leg was the 6880 km to Brunei, which took about 8 hours, arriving at about 5.30 pm on Sunday evening (8.30 pm home time). You already know my thoughts on this airport. It's still being refurbished. I'll say no more.
And now it's time to get on the plane for the last international leg of our trip, to Melbourne. We'll be arriving shortly before 6 am on Monday. Then we'll nearly be home!
... more European heritage,they just need to get over this and must start playing catch up with Brazil who are laughing behind their backs.With stunning natural beauty and a people who thrive on passion with everything they partake in,Argentina has no real excuse to be running a parallel dollar economy.
Is great and its small population has allowed it to become prosperous.It is a small country of beautiful lush rolling cattle lands and ...
... were consistent in their assertions that the week would be wet. Very wet indeed as it turned out, but that Saturday and Sunday would be dry... ish.
Well, apres la deluge during the day, here we were Thursday evening, the night before the off and I was almost getting round to preparing to think about packing, when the rain increased still further and the thunder started.
... busy when we went to the local shop. Deciding that this would translate into crowds everywhere we decided on a day in. This was proved to be correct in the next entry.
Went to a village called Biddenden. Its claim to fame is it's 13th century church, it's lovely cottages and the fact that in the 1100s' two girls called Elizabeth and Mary were born joined at the hip and shoulder. They lived until they were ...