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Travel Blogs from Sandown
We got to Petersfield where we stayed at the Cricketers Inn.
That night Heather met us to take us to their place for a meal. It was good to see both Mike and Heather who we hadn't seen for 5 years. They were annual visitors to Jajarawong for many years.
Next day Heather took us by train to Portsmouth...in particular to see the Maritime Museum.
The area taken up by the museum is large and is in ...
... site of the Royal Pavilion and had coffee and cake in the Lanes.
The battery charger has broken again so we keep running out of power for the fridge. John is disgruntled at having to drink lukewarm beer!
Saturday 14th September
Left Lancing and headed towards Arundel via Halfords to buy a battery charger.
Arundel is a very quaint little place with an imposing castle and cathedral.
Inside the ...
... chilled' attitude is a must and all rat racing must be left at the door on arrival. Done and done.
With regards to #diabetes, this seems like the perfect place for everything to be stress free and easy so as long as I make it to the island with my arms clutching my insulin pens, things will be just fine. Just fine indeed.
Now where is my portable hammock?
... rejuvenated for visitors to visit! We also saw the HMS Victory, it was launched in 1765 at Chatham Dockyard and was commissioned in 1778. The ship continued in active service for the next 34 years which included her most famous moment-the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. In 1812 the Victory was retired from frontline duty and anchored in Portsmouth. For the next 110 years the Victory remained at her moorings in Portsmouth Harbour fulfilling a combination of practical ...
... we are always grateful for a bit of local knowledge. They were easy to spot without disturbance albeit a little distant for decent photos but our new friend showed us some pictures he had taken recently around Hampshire including a couple that held our attention, Glanville Fritillary and Burnt Tip Orchid. He them asked if we would like to try for the Night Heron that had been seen nearby earlier in the day so we agreed to accompany him, dropping the telescope off in the ...