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A Visit to the Brighton Royal Pavilion

A Visit to the Brighton Royal Pavilion

A Visit to the Brighton Royal Pavilion If it is your first visit to Brighton then a visit to the Royal Pavilion is well worth the effort. It is in the centre of Brighton and one of Brighton’s iconic landmarks.…

Secret Treasures – Hove Museum

Secret Treasures – Hove Museum

I love all the little places in Brighton and Hove that the general tourist doesn’t know about and the Hove Museum is one of them. It’s a favourite for its cafe and its displays.  They are planning on moving the…

Visiting the Komedia and having a good laugh

Visiting the Komedia and having a good laugh

Visiting the Komedia and having a good laugh? The last post on Brighton looked at the Theatre Royal Brighton and keeping with this theme of entertainment we look this week at the Komedia. Debbie has personal experience of working at the Komedia…

Theatre Royal in Brighton

Theatre Royal in Brighton

Theatre Royal in Brighton One of the joys of living in Brighton is the vibrant arts community and wide choice of entertainment venues for live theatre. The Theatre Royal in Brighton has a long history and is still in use…

Introduction to an A-Z of Brighton

Introduction to an A-Z of Brighton

Introduction to an A to Z of Brighton Over the coming year we are going to write an A to Z for Brighton and other nearby places in Sussex. I have lived in Brighton and Hove for the last 10…

How I was converted to cruises

How I was converted to cruises

How I  was converted to cruises I swore I would never go on a cruise. My wife finally convinced me to go on one. I wish I had started earlier. This is how I was converted to cruises. My 1st…

Overcoming the fear of travel costs

Overcoming the fear of travel costs

Overcoming the fear of travel costs Travel costs are not just about the money. There are also the emotional, time and intellectual costs. Most bloggers seem to be fixated about the travel costs and how to save for trips. If…

Dublin is calling

Dublin is calling

Dublin is calling Living in England and with my ancestors coming from Ireland I found Dublin is calling to me quite often.  It is normally only a short flight to Dublin. However, we went once over New Year and the…

To fear travel or not to fear travel

To fear travel or not to fear travel

To fear travel or not to fear travel? To paraphrase Hamlet that is indeed the question. Over the years I have had the opportunity to travel widely for pleasure and work. Growing up in New Zealand you are truly in…