Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
... at work wasn’t as eventful but we did end the evening with a great Indian
feast down Brick Lane with Pilko and Ed. I got a hot curry and they even bought
out a little cheesecake for my birthday, while the restaurant sung to me. As you
know I got Paris from Nick, money for shopping and a trip to Warner Brother
Studios to see Harry Potter world. But I’ll tell you about that one later.
So Nick and I worked all week this week ...
... We ate outside of
the resort as much as we could and made our way into the local town for a
number of meals, so hopefully we did a little bit to spread the tourist
dollar around a bit.
Since arriving in the UK we've visited Scotland twice and had some great times
up there. Our first time in Scotland was spent just in Edinburgh for five days
over New Year for the Hogmanay festival. Unfortunately we were both sick for
part of the time ...
... this! It was a lot of fun, and I was very proud to have ridden it! And we did have pretty amazing views :)
After that I needed food and we had the classic British meal of fish and chips on the Pier. The fish is cod, always cod I’ve noticed. We then ventured into the arcades area and spent a good hour bouncing around playing lots of games until we had enough tickets to buy something grand with our winnings .. which was a bag of marshmallows, a lollypop and a ...
... the eye is red. When I had heard of people with detached retina I always thought it was just a case of a quick lazer treatment and life continued the next day. Perhaps for some people this is so but my poor eye has had a major assault by cameras, lights, guillotines ( to cut out the vitreous fluid) freezing and lazar. Then all filled with gas to hold everything in place until it heals. It takes about ten days for the reattachment to happen and six to eight weeks for the gas to be ...
... children and then we gave gifts to teachers of each class for them to distribute to the kids they thought did well. Every gift was handed out that Friday and like anything in life, where there are winners, there are also losers and some of the kids were not happy. A few of them came to question me about why i hadn't given them a gift and although they were angry and upset, once i reminded them i wasn't the judge and gave them a wink and ...