The Nags Head
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... struggle out to the end of the pier. Not surprisingly most of the sideshow rides were closed due to adverse weather. The Ghost House and Dodgem Cars were open but we didn't go on. On the way back through the amusement hall Tristan changed a pound into a cup of two pence and tried his luck on a coin shuffle game. He got 18 back out of 50 but put those back in as well.
The wind was starting to drop as we walked into the ...
... friends, and so my chill time was limited some what....! The best thing about being at my mums, is that she gives me free reign over the kitchen, letting me cook all our meals and bake what I want, even if it means pawning it off to the neighbours! It was good to spend the few days I did with her, having a proper catch up before I returned to ...
Hello family and friends who have taken time out of their busy schedule to peruse the travels of Clo and Matt!
So far things have panned out like a typical holiday, it's fair to say we are not in hostel sleeping, sharing a single croissant for breakfast, lunch and dinner territory just yet. We arrived in Brighton after a lengthy plane journey (involving an angry mother who had sedated her child that refused to get off the plane ...
... last October. His 50+ years of searching finally resulted in tracking his family roots to South Africa and, to cut a very long story short, he made contact with his two sisters (my aunts Fiona and Heather). Incredibly, they were immensely positive about the revelation that they had a big brother and niece and sister-in-law they never even knew existed. The family resemblance is ridiculous - see the ...
... like a labyrinth made of velvet and carpet. I got lost three times, and I was there for less than 24 hours. It was a funny place, full of sailors young and (very) old, with scarily helpful staff. There was a library made up of Encyclopaedia Britannica and C.S. Forester's 'Hornblower' novels, a lift that held only one person, a swimming pool of similar size, and stirring sea scenes on every wall. It was nice, just really really strange - it had echoes of "Fawlty Towers", the ...
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