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Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
... had a
paternity leave contract and I had all week at the same school that I really
like. We have got into a bit of routine through the week. Get up early, get the
bus and train together, then I get off and swap trains, work all day, head home
and meet at Clapham Junction. Now when I got there first I normally hit up the
shops to grab some supplies we might need for dinner. This week I also had to
stop at the chemist to buy some girly supplies. ...
... the 11
o'clock fireworks we just headed for the closest pub and had a quiet drink
before heading back out just before midnight to bring the new year in with the
final set of fireworks, which were really impressive with the castle as the
back drop. We didn't have a bad night, it just didn't live up to the hype
surrounding the event - no doubt it would've been more enjoyable if we weren't under
the weather and if there were some bands playing that we liked, ...
... 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 ...
Our "PNG" friends collected us from Ashborne (Eurorail) stopover :) Pub crawl through the tiiny villages back to Eastbourne.
Wow have the kids grown in the past 6 years!!!!!
First night is a visit to the"local" - a mere 200 mtrs from home! Great night catching up again.
John is a mad keen walker, needless to say Saturday is spent exploring the countryside ..... over hill and dale we walked. Lunch in a delightful village ... where ...
... explore the sights of Adelaide. Meals: Paid locally Accommodation: Multi-share budget lodging included Day 16: Adelaide to Grampians National Park The morning will see us traverse the nearby hills then cross the famed mighty Murray River, before travelling through to the Victorian Border. Then we'll travel to the Grampians National Park and a place of great significance for the Indigenous population. Pass through the rugged beauty and discover truly spectacular views from the ...