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... had a rub down from Heathrow the security team: mainly because Lucy's boulder holder set off the metal detector; and my hand luggage (containing more gadgets than Currys on a good day) was swabbed for explosives. After surviving the rigorous security experience (thankfully no rubber gloves were needed) we boarded Delta flight VS5303 and take our surprisingly comfy seats. Lucy almost let out a yelp when she discovered that the plane's ...
What a joy to have almost 10 days off from travelling and staying in Bournemouth in my brothers house with no particular itinerary! Walking is the theme for this week and Fitbit has clocked up an average of 15000 steps per day!
For the first few days Chris & Jane are with us and we visit the historic Portsmouth dockyards...a great visit to see ...
... view of the Isle of Wight where most of the stone was brought from to build the Priory. Other mounds including St Catherine's - workers moved
on clear days the spire from Salisbury can be seen - but not today.
We have a look around the church which has beautiful furnihings, windows and gravestones and monuments. The pulpit is gld plated eagle and lions which is lovely.
Walking to the harbour with beautiful ...
Left house 2pm after slow morning.
Drove to Bournemouth
Bear Factory for clothes
Gardens - Vintage brass band - Aida dancing, bubbles
Pier - Helter Skelter
Glass wine at restaurant
Collet online shop from Asda
Home to see Yusuf
... Hardy and Aida go on two including ferris wheel with me.
We sit on the beach and the children play at the water edge for hours, Hardy loves throwing pebbles and stones into the water.
Yusuf joins us after work and we catch the bus back to Jenni's. The children have baths and dinner then we drive back to Bournemouth.