East Beach Hotel
Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
... new purchase I was astounded at how huge they were. I went
to Nick and said something just isn’t right I feel like I am wearing a nappy. I
then grabbed the packaging and read the back. Yes I had bought pads for ladies
with bladder issues. Needless to say Nick thought it was hysterical and I am
now left with a double pack of ultra absorbent pads and no bladder weakness to
require them. Next time I will stop and read the packaging before I ...
the streets of Lerwick (Shetland's capital) are turned into rivers of fire as
the squad members walk through the town with their torches. The climax is the long
ship being burned and all the party goers watch until the head of the ship
burns and falls. Then it's an all night party and lots of (folk) dancing.
Crazy! While we were in the Shetlands we also managed to see some traditional
music being played, checked out the museum and visited Jarshoff, ...
... big gates and were greeted with photo stands, and markets spread along the boardwalk.
In the middle was a giant arcades room with all the old time games, with the aim to win as many tickets as possible to purchase some great-unwanted prize. Further along the 'adults arcade' area started … pokie machines! More food outlines lined the Pier before we reached the amusement ride section.
We bought £10 wrist bands and had access to all the rides, all day. We ...
... Aside from running into town for lunch and dinner, I otherwise remained at the lighthouse, enjoying the view (once the fog lifted) and relaxing. Tomorrow’s my last full day here, and I don’t have plans yet, but the weather is supposed to be cooperative again, so all my options should be ...
... boss for 2 years when he was living in London and they have stayed in touch ever since. About 8 years ago Andy and Sue's son Stu came and stayed with us for a month or so in Wellington while he was on his OE.
It was great to see them again, and they put on a fantasic BBQ for us, and Stu and his finance Claire came up from Brighton for dinner, which was a great surprise for us. Thank you Andy and Sue for the great meal, good company and comfy beds!