The Dolphin and Anchor
TripAdvisor Reviews The Dolphin and Anchor Chichester
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... Did the obligatory turn around the pier and wander on the beach, surprised to find it was rocks not sand, though Ray argued later that they were pebbles but he's silly pebbles are small these were somewhere between rocks and stones! Traffic was fairly hideous getting out of Brighton but not so bad once we got back onto the motorway. Back to Ray and Janes before we all headed over to the pub we were staying at for a yummy ...
... we will have to get Steve to re-position it when he comes back in December.
Friday was quite a nice sunny day, so we all caught the bus in to Chichester once more and headed towards the Marina. We found a boat doing canal trips and only had 30mins to wait, so bought coffees and sat outside the Visitor Centre for a while. We were the only 4 people on the boat and the chappie spent all the outward journey with us telling us all about the canal, ...
... private river cruise! A secluded campsite in the Mary River Region is where we'll stay tonight. Meals: Lunch and Dinner included Accommodation: Camping included Day 2: Mary River to Kakadu Discover ancient Aboriginal rock art at Ubirr and clamber to the top of a rocky lookout for fabulous views over the Nardab floodplain. Next it's on to Maguk (Barramundi Gorge), where a hike is rewarded with a reviving swim in the plunge pools. Tonight we stay at our permanent camp within ...
... a cliff as well, which is their preferred habitat, since the 1990s and eventually a nesting box was set up for them and they have been breeding successfully. The adult female was on show, feathers being ruffled in the breeze but indifferent to the locals and tourists passing below, most of whom would be too big to be reasonable prey for even this powerful falcon.
We had only paid for an hours parking at the Travelodge car park and had not really expected to stay long ...
... Brighton College of Education, pork pies and salad cream, the Bon Fire Society celebration in Lewes on Guy Fawkes night, fossil hunting at the chalk cliffs at Rottingdean, Brighton Rock, walking the seafront, Chesham Place in Kemptown, Joy Kenmir, little Willie and Robbie, Brandenberg's Concerto, Bob Dylan-The Times They Are a Changing LP, and ...
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