Travel Blogs from Chichester
I arrived in England on the 9th of July, 2006. I am living with family in a small town called Chichester. I am working at a pub called the Woolpack Inn and am having a great time. The first two weeks of my trip I was staying with my immediate family in a cottage on the water. We did some sightseeing (Stonehenge, the Roman Baths, Arundel Castle), …
... and that she wouldn't get to Brighton until much later. But as we're looking for a seat, Laura is leaning out of the train waving her hand and smiling.
When we got to Brighton it was warm out and the sun was shining. It took us 40 minutes to walk to our hostel, which turned out to be really sketchy and everyone there was unfriendly and weird. After we checked in we took a walk back into town on the boardwalk and relaxed in the sun. ...
... br> We also had a look over Lord Nelsons Ship....a real man of war vessel ..guns every where.
The day out also included a harbour cruise.
That night we visited a country pub before going to the Cricketers for Dinner
Next Day after lunch Mike Led us Heathrow to drop off the hire car then catch our flight to Bangkok.
Overall we had 2 very good days. It was great to see Mike and Heather again.
... s taken during the flower festival in June this year, which I have to admit looked stunning.
We have decided that in a parallel universe we have fully completed the SDW and given our knowledge and expertise of this route we have devised a number of hints for anyone planning to cycle the SDW:
- Invest in a good mountain bike (a lady's shopper just doesn't cut it).
- Don't cycle - walk!
- Stay overnight ...
... an enjoyable vibe. Lunch called so we strolled down the Lane, a bustling little shopping street that could almost fir a lorry, to the Roccoco for paninis and coffee. Another round of people watching as we enjoyed very fresh, nicely toasted focaccia bread. The 2 hour parking ended all too quickly so it was back to Corsa and on the road to home with A quick stop at Sainburys to replace the French press that hadn't survived the morning ...