As an outing today, we drove to Seaford, stopping in Alfriston for lunch and a look around. We were recommended by a friend to eat at Badgers Tea House, a small place originally built as a bakery 500 years ago.They brought our tea out in silver pots, one looking like an old lantern of the genie-popping type. We went for the chunky tomato soup with bread and a huge hunk of cheddar, and a sausage panini with spicy tomato relish. We finished off with a piece of the wonderfully-soft and delicious coffee cake. Highly recommended. I would love to return for a cream tea at some point.
"We mark all your email as spam, so you don't have to waste time reading it."
Suppose there's no denying where my allegiance lay prior to my first Mac. Tux guarding my favourite game of the time.
Found two of my old Nokia phones in the loft; the 8110 'banana phone' and the 7110 with slide/WAP. They were so cool!
Visiting Leeds Castle today. So many people, but the sun keeps popping out.
The Toto washlet, with its spray and heated seat, has been very much missed since leaving Japan.
Dad would have loved it, and been out with his camera.