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Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
... new purchase I was astounded at how huge they were. I went
to Nick and said something just isn’t right I feel like I am wearing a nappy. I
then grabbed the packaging and read the back. Yes I had bought pads for ladies
with bladder issues. Needless to say Nick thought it was hysterical and I am
now left with a double pack of ultra absorbent pads and no bladder weakness to
require them. Next time I will stop and read the packaging before I ...
... time publish the odd entry so that people can come on and have
a look at what we've been up to while we're away. Rather than documenting
exactly what we did and what we saw each day of the trip, as Mark did on
his last trip to Europe, we thought we might just keep up with what
we started doing and mainly just upload photos of what we've seen as a
visual record. We have just added a whole heap of photos to our entries
from Morocco, so if you're interested ...
... 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 ...
A day trip to Rye on the south east coast.
Rye has been there for a thousand years, and the clock in the church tower has been there four hundred years!
We had a tourist day, climbing the clock tower, eating eccles cakes, visiting the castle/mortuary/police station/prison, pub lunch, penny arcade, looking over Romney Marsh, taking photos, drinking coffee, traffic jam on the way home. Need a ...
... compost toilets I've come across before. They weren't outside - there was one in my cabin and one in the farmhouse - and they had an electrically operated fan. This seemed, to me, to rather defeat the object of trying to be green, but who am I to say? I was convinced that it would stink by the end of my fortnight, but actually it didn't. So glad I didn't have to empty it, though!
The work was sometimes quite physically hard at Ritoweg. As I've said, it was very cold ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking