5 Aug 2012


Today we were invited by Anne's friend Maureen and her husband for lunch in a local Pub. They live near Little Hampton which is not far from Brighton.

It was a nice and sunny day and we arrived around noon.

They live in this lovely typical English house, and we were greeted by 12 year old Rushka still in very good shape except the hind legs.

I loved the beams which give the room such a cosy look.

the very welcoming living room, and the egg cups collection in the bathroom. Maureen collects egg cups like I collect my cats !

I was introduced to Dolly the cat, sleeping in her private "bedroom" in the kitchen under spices and besides the bin.

Then we walked over the the Pub.

It was very nice, unfortunately it was too windy to eat outside so we only sat a little there after lunch

I had a jacket potato with prawns, the potatos have such a special taste in the UK. The icecream too was delicious.

The whole afternoon we sat in their garden and enjoyed the sun and a cup of tea.

When we returned home we went by this very special house which looked like an old petrol station but was a private house !

and we drove back through this beautiful landscape !


Camille said...

They have a beautiful home and such cute pets!! Looks like lunch was absolutely delicious!!

Linens and Royals said...

I love that house, it looks so very English and cosy. And walking distance to a pub with such good food? I think they have it all.

jabblog said...

Pub lunch - very nice:-)

Maribeth said...

I just love Pub lunches, don't you?

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello dear friend!
Wonderful pictures, Glad that you are enjoying your vacations, the cat is adorable!
We are still in Brazil!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Pauleen .. Littlehampton is delightful and the photos are a great reminder .. cheers Hilary

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Gattina .. so I did call you Pauleen! these things happen trying to move between blogs and just general head full of things!

Cheers and after a trip - we do take time to readjust back into normality of our own life ... good luck and enjoy being home .. Hilary