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... and headed back. Bryan beat me by a half hour, and we decided to rug up and take the electric tram to Laxey and change for The Snaefell electric railway. Passed the vantage point of Bungalow, then reached the summit..... Hot cuppa in order! Blowing a gale. Saw bikes on the mountain road (visitors). Headed back to Laxey, walked around there and saw the water wheel, then home. Dinner, then bed - light till ...
Early start, taxi to Liverpool (John Lennon) Airport, for our EasyJet flight to Douglas. For the taxi to drop us off outside terminal it was an extra two pounds! We knew it was two cabin bags only, but they insisted my purse and our empty backpack be put in the cabin bag as well.... and that took some squashing in. The plane was full, nearly overflowing.... Our TT "package" had arrived at Kimpton, so ...
... laps of this to do come race day. On wednesday me and Dan decided to go off exploring whilst the lads worked on the bike improving the suspension even more. We walked down into Douglas and stopped at a bus stop and decided that whatever bus arrived first we would go to where it was headed..we ended up in a place called Port Erin that had a small railway museum and steam engine that was still in use. Port Erin was only a small place and didn't take much time to walk round, ...
Our time in Bowness is up and we have to vacate the cottage by 10am. We have enjoyed having this break here and although we have not done as much outdoorsy stuff as we had imagined, it has still been a good break. Doris has been programmed to take us to the ferry terminal at Heysham and we head off down the M6. As we reach a sign on the motorway telling us to go straight on for the ferry, Doris is telling us to take the ...
... br> We drove over to Peel, but stopped on the way at the Braaid, which is a site containing an Iron Age roundhouse and two Norse long houses :) They sit out in the middle of a field. We continued on to Peel and parked near Peel Castle, which is where the Peel RNLI is on St Patrick's Isle (a small island connected to the Isle of Man by a causeway). We met the Peel RNLI crew and had a tour of their lifeboat named after another of Sir William's descendants ...