Travelodge Chichester Central
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Today jonny strapped his van! then jonny made us some healthy lunch of potatoes, chicken and veg..... then i took him to get his haircut and dropped him at the pub where he went to tangerine after. I just stayed at home seeing mum and preparing this page etc.
tomorrow is our leaving night! very excited
... strict dry programme means no alcohol is allowed if being caught we could send off home for it. So me, and my 2 friends drinking, chatting away and giggles even we had ONE cider!! -.- Realised the board gate is open and 10 minutes worth walk! We panic ran over and saw man driving on mini car one of my friend used his hearing aid card to take us! Finally arrived the board gate... HERE I OFF..... Keep eye out for next blog! ...
... on the Brighton Pier. It’s amazing how a sunny day, a few rides and games, fish and chips and ice cream or cotton candy can bring out the kid in anyone. After enjoying the Pier, I wandered through the Lanes and window shopped. So many lovely little stores: beautiful clothes, shoes, handbags….all of nothing I will need for the next while….sigh.
For dinner I traveled by train towards London to the town of Burgess ...
Well another day of British Liquid
Sunshine, as Brian has now begun calling it. The day started out
with no hot water as the boiler blew yesterday and it won't be fixed
until Tuesday. Monday, tomorrow is a bank holiday, as they call them
here. So we may be ripe soon. Hahaha, anyway, we are moving along
to the Piddle Inn in Piddleton tomorrow. Should see Stonehenge if we
are lucky and all goes well.
Today we headed over to ...
... down the landscape so that the sea could flood up into the South Downs and destroy all the churches.
I mainly wanted to visit Devil’s Dyke so I could steal some chalk from the ground. England is basically a huge slab of chalk hills that run over the whole country. You can pick up “rocks” off the ground and they will be chalk and you can write with them just as the chalk you buy from the store. Devil’s Dyke has ...