The George and Dragon
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... car to get s ride to the churchyard where grandma Kane was buried, Melvyn had warned us it was overgrown and he had been unable to locate her grave last time he looked, he'd managed to find his own grandparent's grave. It was a tangled mass with brambles and grass and weeds obscuring most of the graves. We wandered around but no luck. Still I was glad to have been there. I know she's buried somewhere there. We drive down Oving road where they'd had a shop many years ...
... before climbing back down and spending the next hour in a far more respectable manner - drinking cider and eating! In this particular pub they served a local brew of gas-less cider, and it was quite a shock when there were no refreshing bubbles in the first mouthful! The delicious pie and vegetables more than made up for it though. We then headed onto our final stop for the day, Weobley Farm and Castle. We got to explore some wonderfully preserved ruins of what ...
... Buy ten coffees and get the next one free! By the end of the trip we had amassed 28 full coffee cards meaning we had put away 280 coffees. That's like ten each per day or something. Maybe that explains why my heart has been beating like a buggered clock?
And the curry? Well the restaurant has certainly changed. A complete refurbishment from top to bottom funded I expect by the fact that they continue to put up some of the most delicious ...
Brighton is very similar to Bognor, but with a Santa Monica pier thing going. It was like stepping back into the '50 with 99 cones and silly rides and Elvis on the blasting on the radio, and cheesy carnival rides.
The people were just as iconic. It was like ...
... rather than which chain Italian to go to (of which Chichester has them all). It's just missing a Mexican cantina and a sushi bar and I think we'd be set. My personal favourite: The Massala Gate Indian - not to everyones taste I accept but for me pretty damn near perfect indian food, super fluffy naan breads and lamb so tender it melts in the mouth.
Pubs are an issue here - the best ones aren't to ...