Travel Blogs from Rosebush
... around the Isle of Man but should anyone reading this be planning on going that way soon, we went on the SeaMôr 90 minute trip which we would definitely recommend. Luke is an excellent guide with a deep understanding of the ecology, geography and geology of the area and a bit of history thrown in too. A bargain at Ł15 per adult (less for kids).
... cannot imagine living in it. VERY exposed to the town, the tourists and the weather. Just perched way up on the iron lattice structure. Really glad we came to Tenby. Even without the house it was a beautiful place and a nice late lunch stop.
Still a decent drive until our overnight at Cardigan but drive was easy. That is, until we got to Cardigan and instead of a little village it was another pretty big town and then we realised we didn’t ...
We love Tenby so much we decided to go there again...with a few clouds in the sky making a beach day seem less exciting, we thought exploration of Tenby worth a second visit.
The girls went off to explore on their own and Freya was able to spend her pocket money that her kind Nana Bryan gave her for the holiday. Freya bought with advice from Ciara and Becky on the latest ...
Sorry to see you go...We loved your company
Ciara says: ' Love you...miss you..come and see us soon.'
Becky says ' You say the cutest things we love you.'
Freya says 'Missing you very much already and hope to see you again soon.. didn't we have fun?'
... Mexican with Chicken Enchilladas absolutley fabulous!! Plus we gorged ourselves on melon afterwards. Becky and Ciara watched Twilight while Freya and Georgie enjoyed some colouring for more prizes and playing on Georgie's bicycle and scooter.
Summing up the holiday so far:
Ciara says 'It's amazing and interesting and found Tenby the highlight of her week so far.'