The Guesthouse East
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... we then proceeded to grab a drink, top up our water bottles and take off our boots for the first of many, many times to check on our feet. Quick trip to the loo, a piece of fruit and we laced up our boots and headed out for the next leg.
The sky was blue and temperatures were just about perfect at this stage as we walked through surburban streets. In Stoneleigh an elderly man stopped and asked where we walking to. When I said Brighton he looked at me in ...
... after taking all the things out that needed to go through separately. I'm just glad I didn't have to go through the process of turning everything on this time.
Finally we were on our way to Dubai. That was a 7 hour flight, followed by the Dubai March. We were told to get off the plane and make our way back to the plane as quickly as possible. If anyone knows why you have to go through security in Dubai when you've not even ...
... who dropped us home in her lunch break and have us a key to her house. After having a cup of tea with Jess, one of her two daughters and a talented photographer, we went to explore some of the lanes in Brighton. The weather had become a little overcast so we thought we would leave the beach for Saturday. The lanes were incredible. All boutique one off stores and second hand shops in tiny narrow roads, and stalls selling even more imaginative and diverse goods. We passed milkshake ...
... little fish and chip shop called Ramsbottom! I had plaice which was a very delicious non fishy tasting fish! Graeme had cod! (Yuk) £6.50 - great value! Then walked along George Street - so many lovely little cafes and shops. Drove out to a garden centre near worth - they are very different to ours with cafe, clothes, pets as well as the plants! We met Nicki (Alan and Pats daughter) and her gorgeous 3 year old daughter Martha! It also has a ...
... would be quite elaborate. Since visiting Brighton, I've realised that 'beach' is a loose term. What 'beach' has no sand, but pebbles as a replacement?! An uncomfortable one! Regardless, it's quite amusing to see people flock to Brighton as soon as the weather gets a little warmer as a place to relax and tan. After a bite to each down at 'Ohso' (a restaurant on the beach boardwalk), we took a walk over to Brighton Pier. No ...