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Travel Blogs from Hastings
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 ...
... to tell us something so we decided to shorten our trip, returning to a wet and, very windswept England.
Since getting back to the UK gales have been hitting the south coast of the country causing widespread flooding and storm damage in many places. Fortunately we came through unscathed although our building shook a few times with the crashing waves.
It seems that the weather has been our downfall wherever we have turned this year - just have to hope ...
We started this blog about a year and a half ago as a way
to document the travels that we've done together. We started it
by going back and uploading some of our favourite photos of the trips we'd
done, mainly around Australia. We always intended to come back and
actually write about the things we did and what we'd seen, but in the end it
just turned into a spot where we could put some photos of our trips, just
as a way of mapping out the places ...
... or have a smoke. Working class win!
There is quite a mixed bunch at the vets - 5 people from Hastings, 2 from Bexhill and 1 from Poland. I have to admit something - before I got to the practice I wasn't quite sure I knew where it was! Luckily it turns out it was about 100 metres further up the road than I thought and had more parking than I thought - no fines win! The driving rules here are very strange but I seem to be getting the hang of it. ...
... Red Lion Pub for a well earned pint.
We called a taxi from the pub (which had to come 6 miles from Hastings as there was no local service); the bus service was just not adequate for us. The taxi ride to Battle, passing a winery on the way, didn't take long. The Abbey at Battle is a heritage site and we took our time to see most of the Abby, its grounds and the visitors centre. The 1066 battle field is ...