Travelodge Worthing Seafront
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... bought 2 pairs of shorts and a swim suit. The swim suit is awesome because it has in built shorts, so comfy!
We lunched in a tiny restaurant that winds its way up three floors in poky little corners, with almost no room to move. It was a buffet with all sorts of foods, and most of the time I wasn't even sure what I was eating, for example one of the dishes looked like chicken but tasted like fruit, but ...
... warren. Endless white tunnels and left turns. Finally made it out and home to my uncle's place.
Rested up for most of the morning until it was time for the kids to come home from school, and after some episodes of Arthur (Holly's favourite) then it was time for a visit by my grandparents and a family friend. The best part was getting to dole out early christmas presents! Turns out ...
... it took me was rather busy but at
least it was moving which was not the case from the minute I joined the
All I could see ahead was miles and miles of cars crawling along at slow
speed!! Every electronic sign along the way was saying "Queue" ahead and was
showing the speed limit to be kept at 40mph!!
This is where being on a bike is just great and being very careful one can
simply squeeze through between the cars. As many drivers simply do ...
... work in the USA this Summer?! WTF.
It's all pretty sureal not only how fast it's crept up on me but also that IT'S ACTUALLY HAPPENING! I get these thoughts in the back of my mind like "sh*t Rob, what the f*ck are you doing?!" and I wonder whether I can actually do this, i know no one out there, i'm the only British guy at my camp and the main thing is not having my Ashton or cat Eddie ...
... caring and endless food to die for
Via the Grand Canyon, Yosemite national park, Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge
Via a little slice of British Asia in Hong Kong, delicious food, incredible markets and colourful temples
Via visa difficulties, panda bears, cooking delicious Sichuan food and twenty nine billion mopeds coming straight at you
Via an epic train journey, the Terracotta Warriors, serene Chinese gardens and standing ...