The Gallivant Hotel
Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for The Gallivant Hotel from our 5 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Camber
So we finally reached our last week of travelling! We had one week left to spend in Bangkok before we flew home. We spent the week exploring temples, catching up at the cinema (before each film they play the national anthem and everyone stands to sing!), and most importantly hitting the markets! Bangkok has a HUGE weekend market, we spent 6 hours there on the Saturday, and 7 hours on the Sunday, and still missed large parts of it, it was incredible!
One day ...
... to our family.
On 13th November I returned to Birmingham briefly for the funeral of my lovely friend and colleague Janet Brisland. While funerals are never nice occasions, this was a very fitting send off to a wonderful woman, and it was good to touch base with friends and colleagues, even though it was in such terrible circumstances.
... was to have walked along the White Cliffs of Dover to the South Foreland Lighthouse with spectacular views over the English Channel, but what with the adverse weather, the hike is out of the question. We still get to see some pretty impressive views of the cliffs, especially from St. Margaret’s Bay and above the ferry terminal.
... t charge. We are going to attend Sung Eucharist at 11:00 am today. There is no charge for attending the service, and afterwards we can wander around the cathedral at will.”
A lavish breakfast with complimentary bread is enjoyed by all, after which we sally forth for Canterbury. It’s only a few miles and we are there by 9:30am. We park the car and walk towards ...
... the shop and comes out with a bag of assorted breads.
“Thanks. You are so kind. How much do we owe you?”
“This is today’s bread so don’t worry. Come back when you need more, though I’m afraid it might not be free next time.” Ah! Village life!
This evening we have the ...