Well, we’re well over halfway through the year, this sunshine thing is amazing (despite our grass looking decidedly brown now) and July has been pretty awesome to be honest 😀
This year, I really want to start taking advantage of local attractions in and around East Sussex. When I was 14 and my family moved to the Isle of Wight, me and my mum spent every Saturday checking out all the fun things to do (while my dad was at football training). When I moved to Brighton just over 5 years ago, I didn’t really have the funds or time to explore 🙁 But now I have both, I want to start seeing what’s on offer and sharing it with you, so that if you’re planning a trip to East Sussex, you can see what’s around!
A couple of weeks ago, my friend and I decided to go out for the day, but then rain happened and kinda scuppered our plans for a while (we were going to play crazy golf on Hastings promenade). While we were driving along the seafront, we spotted The True Crime Museum, and as both of us are lovers of crime and all things weird and nasty, we decided to venture in.