Ulwell Cottage Caravan Park
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Lovely site, friendly staff! Good views, brilliant facilities
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... blah blah blah when he was talking to the guy about his bikes. (When Pa and Peter get on the phone they talk about bikes for hours and I sit in the background going blah blah that's all I hear.) I have posted some of the 150 photos Peter took, I'm sure he will willingly show you the rest if you are ...
... in pulling it all together came from my fantastic Partner Peter. When I started to write this blog, it was with a couple of aims in mind. Firstly to keep a record for ourselves as we were unlikely to repeat the experience. Secondly, some friends had asked if we would be keeping a blog so that they could follow our travels. I researched a number of on-line applications and selected Travelpod and am ...
The day started of slow, but it felt like things where starting to move a loaded the bike up. the first farewell was a quick trip to Dorchester to CW motorcycles and a photo.
Then a last look round to see if I hand forgotten anything and then sit down for a hour with ...
Well not the most spectacular of starts! Tried to board a bus from Wilton near Salisbury in order to catch the train in Salisbury only to be told it was going in the opposite direction! Somewhat of typical train journey to Gatwick, though I couldn't quite understand why there's a £14 difference in train fares between final destination of either Gatwick or Horley. They're a mile apart and a single are to and from them is ...
... and a yachting marina. There is a very interesting museum and some of the 18th century shipwright’s and labourer’s cottages have been preserved to show how the village would have looked in the early 1800s. One quirky exhibit in the museum was the Puckle Gun – a primitive autocannon (1719) designed by James Puckle to prevent enemy boarding of ships. There were 2 designs - one to fire round bullets ...