The Dolphin and Anchor
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... s sister. I think I've got that right. His Aunty Dorrie is no relation to me- she's an absolute honey of 97 & were staying in a twin room in her block of flats. The room is beautiful, so pretty, the use of a communal lounge and a lovely enclosed garden also we were enchanted. We chatted with Dorrie while awaiting the arrival of G and Sue - more 2nd cousins. They were a bit late arriving apparently the traffic was gridlocked. Melvyn & Andy were off to ...
... to royal personages. We continue our journey and see a sign pointing us in the direction of 'an award winning' beach. So off we go. Just as well we had walking boots on, the beach is almost entirely pebbles! Apparently that is a common thing in England. A stand out was the sea gulls which were huge, noisy and ubiquitous. There are lots of shops and amusements dotted along the beach heading back toward Brighton Pier. We also see 3 jaguars heading ...
... t actually gone clothes shopping in three years, you could imagine the state of things. Being based in the middle of Chichester helped here as we were two minutes walk from Maggie's ultimate shopping destination - Fat Face. We spent so much on Monday morning that they decided to close early that day and put everything else on sale the day after that. The trip to Brighton also caused Gap shops to close early all across the south coast of England and the ...
... at £15 a head not too shabby!
After a few drinks in a nearby local ( very cheap but smelt of urine/Real ale) it was time to travel back to Brighton, the journey home was not as easy as the journey there alas....
the small rural station was PACKED with drunk local teenagers which are called Chavs, who were making there way to Brighton to attempt to get into clubs and hang around at bus stops after failing to do so, it was very packed and there was a burly ticket ...
... Rolf Harris at 2 Glastonbury festivals. All of this on top of having a son in Feb 2010, getting married in November 2010 and winning the ashes - I mean, come on.....
One of our readers has asked us to comment on the places we are leaving behind and what we'll miss most from our life in the south of England. Well, apart from family and our friends of course, I think we will miss Chichester quite a bit. ...
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