14 Aug 2009

FRIDAY's FAVE FIVE



Susanne at Living to Tell the Story hosts a “Friday Fave Five” in which we share five (not necessarily) favorite things from the past week. Visit her blog to see other participants.


1. My really fave is the fact that I am on holidays at the English South East coast not very far from London. On the collage you can see my holiday home and my friend.

2. On tuesday we went to her daughter's who lives in London with her 4 children plus husband. While we were there the neighbour's rapid escaped and with others, children and adults together climbed over the fences to fetch it. It was hilarous.

3. On wednesday I went to Eastbourne for a walk along the sea. It has a very special color, it is deep blue when there are no clouds and turquoise when there are. If it's raining the turquoise becomes very dark.

4. I love the promenade and the lovely old victorian style houses. Everywhere lots of flowers and a beautiful pier which was built to allow leisure ships to stop, as they couldn't go until the beachside.

5. Today the pier has been transformed into a tourist attraction with restaurants, a gambling hall, pubs and shops.




The fugitive was finally captured !

9 comments:

diane said...

Sounds like you are having fun on holidays. It must have been funny watching them trying to catch the rabbit.

Thom said...

There is nothing better than being on vacation...ooops holiday LOL. Sounds like you are having a great time. Have you gotten the windows washed yet? ROFLMAO? lol

claudie said...

oh!! The fugitif is a big rabit!!!
I would want to see all what you tell: the turquoise sea and the victorian style houses.

Maribeth said...

Oh I love Bunnies, but sadly, I am allergic to them! Years ago, I bought one for my daughter years ago, not knowing this, and a few hours later had to bring it back! After that I got her a kitty.

Melli said...

I bet the kids had a blast chasing that rabbit! And the adults even MORE fun watching!!! LOL! Isn't it wonderful for you that you are not ONLY on vacation (in a different place than home) but that you ALSO get to visit with an old friend! THAT makes it the BEST!

DianeCA said...

I just love Victorian houses with lots and lots of flowers. It looks like a lovely time and its almost like a second vacation for me! Cheerio!!

Gledwood said...

do you know I thought those bungalows looks suspiciously English

then I remembered where you were, ta daa!

ps: hope you didn't drown in litter!!

RennyBA's Terella said...

Sounds like you've had a wonderful holiday!

We missed you at Claudie's though :-)

Puss-in-Boots said...

Poor little bunny, his dash to freedom was thwarted by all you spoil sports...

Sounds like you're having a great time, Gattina. Keep it up!