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... weather is like and if the sea was calm or rough. Last night here was a gale and I thought of those at sea. Even with the best stabilisers you get some sway. It all reminded me to get some Avomine! I don't get sea sick but also prevention is better than cure. A great deal of the fun of holidays is this time of anticipation. Looked up our booked exclusions on line and Komodo island is missing so I will have to give them a ring tomorrow. I have fired off an email as well. One of ...
... Laine is an old-English word for "fields" or a tract of farmland at the base of the Downs.) I attended a good concert by the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra. Brighton and adjacent town Hove amalgamated a few years ago, and it’s an easy walk between them.
Hove has some lovely wide avenues and boulevards bracketed by rows of Regency and Victorian homes. The Hove Museum has artwork and, among other things, ...
... plug I bought?', but i think we're more or less there now. What we don't have we can buy out there and what we don't use we'll end up throwing away along our journey! I'm still living in hope that Steve will carry my ruckstack as well as his! :)
Anyway, due out for a few drinks with work friends tonight so better get some things finished off before we go!
... the future brings.
Without a real plan, itinerary or any sort of time constraints, the feeling of freedom we have is amazing, liberating, and the possibilities seem endless.
Watch this space.
"A true traveller has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving"
I did a bit of sightseeing and caught up with a few people
while I was in the Eastbourne and Hastings area. I visited the Towner Art
Gallery in Eastbourne and went to Birling Gap. I also got to see Rye and
Dungeness. I was disappointed with Dungeness – I’ve wanted to see it for years,
but found it ...