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... famous as the home of the Tolpuddle Martyrs who were transported as convicts to Australia after they formed a trade union in 1833. They were later pardoned and sent back to England. We visited the Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum – it’s an interesting story about the repression of the workers by the ruling classes.
We went back to Beaulieu to continue our explorations. We went back to see the house “the Palace ...
... to representing for not only VSO and for the UK too. We had a photo together and jumped! Then on way to heathrow! I had a selfies of us on coach, arrived Heathrow, checked in and we find something to eat- Something would pleasure us for a while as we won't like that until Christmas time. Most of us went to YO sushi Japanese's food. It was mindblowing!! After this we has very last drink in England for 3 months ...
Wednesday 2nd July - Brockenhurst
A beautiful day again, set off for Portchester Castle which Dick had visited on a school excursion years ago. It is a wonderful place with a late Norman Keep on the corner of a Roman Fort. The audio guide was brilliant & from the top of the Keep we had a great view of Portsmouth Harbour. We decided to join English Heritage and hope to be able to use the ...
... of the Caribbean. Also on the main section of the Dockyard was the Royal Navy Museum and the Mary Rose Museum which displayed a very early ship that was found underwater by some divers. What was salvaged from the centuries old wreckage was placed on display, including one full side of the ship.
After seeing all of the sites on the main Dockyard we caught the water bus around the Harbour. The bus did a quick tour of the Harbour ...
... out on a bit of a pub crawl, clutching our Portable Alcohol, following the rules of another game. The coin toss game. Everyone is a winner in this game apart from various internal organs and perhaps the ability to speak without drooling.
You choose a pub to start at and have a drink then leave. Once outside, you flip a coin, assigning left or right to heads or tails. You walk the way to coin instructs and go into the first pub you come to. If ...