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... foxes I regularly watch outside my window at home. We went to the keepers talk on otters and that definitely was worth it. My family is not that interested in creatures and soon got bored so we did not manage to stay till the end. Food was on their agenda and that's where we went. Amy and Jane had a jacket potato, Marcus a sausage roll and me a sandwich. Then we drove on to Tilford Wood. Same problem as earlier. Without an address, the GPS struggles. So ...
... we fulfil one of our life wishes which is travel around the world!
I'll certainly miss London. The main things I'll miss are the pubs (!), the music, the friends I've made and the English humour! But here is to a new adventure!
So here I am back in Sunny England- what a surprise! and a good job I am climatised from the US.
It has taken me a while to decide my top 10 moments and the reasons they are so special and stick out so I have decided to just open the blog and get on with it, and whatever I decide to write must be the top 10- so here goes.
In no particular order....
1. The view from Glaicer point.
Never have I had my breath taken away ...
... the start – and there were still people on the beach looking like they were sunbathing – or fog bathing!! After a great lunch in a little old multi story half timbered restaurant in the Lanes, just outside the Pavilion, we managed a wander through the ancient, twisty Lanes (once fishermen’s homes and businesses; now full of shops selling sweets, food, boutique clothing, Brighton and Brit souvenirs, and a whole heap of jewellery – who knew ...
... and brought his French lifestyle with him and partied hardy, enjoying himself so much that he was known as the Merry Monarch. But he had no legitimate heirs. So the throne went to his brother, James II who was the Duke of York (First son is always the Prince of Wales and second son is always the Duke of York) as an aside, New York is named after him.
So James II ruled from 1685 to 1688 and made a right mess ...