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Saturday 108 miles
After a frantic packing up on Friday evening once the awning had been fitted and habitation check completed, we were ready to drive to Chichester Camping & Caravanning Club site. It was quite a nice day and we made good time, arriving around 1.30pm. We met up with Lorna & Mike and sat together to eat our sandwiches, luckily she already had the kettle on!
Sunday..we had a lazy day around the site catching ...
Good day to you all lads and lasses. You may ask the question; what the bloody hell is an Aussie doing going to a beach town in the middle of winter? Which is a very good question indeed. The answer follows: Whilst watching the rain and the temperature fluctuate at the ass end of nowhere and Antarctica i.e -3 & 0 one of my mates coined the idea for a change of scenery with guaranteed cheap ...
... glazed expressions and a complete lack of spatial awareness. They're constantly surprised that there are other beings on the planet but as most of them seem to be zombies they don't notice either.
The next zombie experience was paying for our food, which is normal in these places BEFORE you eat. We had nice freshly cooked eggs and freshly poured coffees (two cups used, one each and none discarded) but the two checkouts were unmanned - or even un-zombied. To pay we had ...
... him to it.
We got up bright and early on Tuesday and took the short drive to Brighton where we were slightly more impressed with what was on offer than in Portsmouth. After Geoff had his obligatory swim in the beach, he and Phil spent the afternoon in the pub while Mum and I looked around the shops and tried to stay dry as the rain pelted down. When we met them in the pub a couple of hours later Phil was on his way to Drunk Town. We decided that Brighton ...
... is so difficult. In fact we found most of the wider area also lovely but it was almost always too difficult to stop even briefly to take photos.
After the GPS had taken us a way we didn't want I overrode it and forced it to take us south to the New Forest. This proved to be a mistake as we ended up doing a slow drive and on the suburban streets in Bournemouth. This added over half an hour to the trip and when we just let the Tom-tom to choose the route ...
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