The White Horse
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We packed the car and had breakfast prior to our biggest drive so far. Just to make sure that I was right for the trip I had some black pudding for breakfast. I try not to pass wind after eating that stuff as I am not to sure if I am covered under travel insurance. After stopping for petrol ($130 later) we headed to Stonehenge and it appeared that you could only get close on a tour bus, we took ...
... watching before heading back to the hotel to check in. Went to Pompoko, a Japanese restaurant with a few tables and had a really nice meal. After dinner we walked over to Komedia to see some live music. We liked the opening act best, Jacko Hooper a local with a really nice ...
... and pointing out the different rides. We took some time to admire the vast view at the end of the pier. Lots of sailboats were out, silhouetted by the bright blue sky. We noticed a metal structure in the distance popping out of the water that was quite curious and made mental notes to ask Richard and Simon about it.
We skipped along the other side of the pier and decided to go into the recently opened arcade. There were mostly standard games with British ...
... or the other way round, we didn't know. All we knew is that we wanted some time with the people that we've missed since leaving sixteen months ago.
And we wanted to buy some clothes.
And I wanted to partake of my favourite curry from my favourite Indian restaurant.
And Maggie wanted some coffee from Nero's.
It's a pretty place, the south of England. I didn't appreciate it so much, I guess you don't when you ...
... a small place full of things to see, people to see them with, and, importantly, people to return to.
I hope I've done my home experience justice. A host of weird and wonderful feelings, mostly new and happy ones, are difficult to think about, let alone write about! I'm left, after leaving again, feeling content about the whole shifting continents thing. I'm excited about the future, about seeing old faces again, and about where I'll see them. I'm excited about the rest of my holiday. ...