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... visited a few more places for snacks during the day...Infinity for vegan lasagne and salads; Filfil for felafel plate (really delicious); and a pie/pasty place which had vegan options (and all pastires were 1/2 price after 5:30pm!! ). Eddie said his favourite food so far was the wholemeal pasty. It is really nice to have something 'traditional' like that.
As we walked home this evening it was cold and windy with a little sleet. We had such a great day by the sea :)
... of the Rye Castle Museum, we saw an iron gibbet (complete with skeleton): a metal frame that once held the decomposing body of a hanged murderer, and which was displayed in the town marketplace... for 50 years!
The tourist centre has an amazingly detailed scale model of the town, which took a retired husband and wife team over 4 years to research and make. The model was gifted to the town, ...
... there is a 15kg per person weight limit, which with the amount of camera gear we had made things interesting. On reflection we didn't pay enough attention to the advice, but more on that later.
Our flight was not until 21:00 so we took a fairly leisurely approach to packing, but around 17:30 we left the house and headed for Gatwick.
Nothing major to report while in the airport and pretty much on time we took off for Nairobi via ...
... for another quick stagger around, a bit of preparing for the Blog and now, Afternoon Tea! Dinner was followed by a Trivia Quiz where we were able to display our general lack of knowledge quite admirably. Tuesday 16th At the end of a much better night's sleep we were on the approach to the port of La Coruna (north-west Spain) which we entered whilst having breakfast. We chose to travel by coach to Santiago de Compostela for what was described as a morning visit, but was in reality, ...
... the young boys all fell silent in front off and brought tickets off of after saying they were going to jump the barrier at Brighton.
The walk back from the station to where I am staying was an eye opener as I had only had 2 glasses of wine and everyone else was smashed and shouting about, after scuttling home I was pleased to get into the "flat" I am living in which is in a nice quiet area.
Tonight I am off to the capital of London to see Barney ( aka Scratts arch ...