The Dolphin and Anchor
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... we are greeted by the 'please Drive safely in Albourne' sign which is standard in England as well as an offer of 'free range eggs.' Commentating, I said Albourne was off to a great start. However it was then that we passed then 'Thank you for driving well in Albourne sign' and knew that Albourne was over, and with it all changed of Albourne having any sort anything in it.Thus Albourne takes it place in history as the most pathetic town ever.
By chance we made it to ...
... good contacts out in the Dominican Republic, I am still heading into the complete unknown. I am staying with one of the doctors from the hospital for the first week, and her chauffeur, Arturo, is collecting me. I feel I might be landing on my feet yet again...
... to bed we went with Cal and Emma to an amazing English pub at the top of Devil's Dyke. We had some extremely scrumptious puddings sitting by the open fire.
Yesterday (Friday) we went with the Stewart clan to the famous Brighton Pier, a long pier with carnival perched on top of it and GIANT Seagulls!!! I cannot understate the term giant here. They really resembled humans dressed in seagull suits they were of such proportion. Emma and Chloe were enjoying the famous donuts ...
... known him as Martyn Bradley my whole life, is that his sisters and the entire family over there now call him Ralph ("Rafe") - it's what they all feel is right. So; Mum has a husband with two names and I have a re-born father who has finally found what he was searching for over his lifetime.
It has been an emotional rollercoaster for us all since October. To be unconditionally invited to spend ...
... differently. The support band was good, the place was nice (The Portsmouth Highlight - I was able to overlook the fact that it was in a shopping centre), and Athlete were amazing. Just good. They sounded like I wanted them to, they played all the songs I love - 'Westside' was reggaed up, and 'Wires' was beautiful. It was a fun night, even though I was at a gig by myself: I don't think I got too many odd looks, although I did sprint home to the hotel for fear of the locals. I think I ...
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