Premier Inn Portsmouth - Port Solent East
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After a bumpy passage across. We arrived at the northern port of Burnie. We were on a trip to a world heritage nature reserve. We had a very entertaining guide and driver, they were a bit like Morecambe and Wise, and talked over the Mike to each other. They were very informative and passionate about their island. We first visited Sheffield, a Wild West looking town, but famous for murals over nearly every ...
Today was my day for a frivolous activity. We had booked a Neighbours tour. After walking off the ship, we bought a tram ticket that will last 4 years!! However it did allow us to travel to town without using the shuttle bus and avoided the crowds. We had to ask a man to help us find the meeting place for the tour, luckily David didn't hear him say that he did the fire risk assessment ...
... good system. We next went for lunch.......but we really must read the descriptions of the trips in more detail, we had to use a cable car...not our favourite mode of transport, but I must say it was worth it when we got there, the view was beautiful. After lunch we went to a sheep sheering demonstration, I must admit, we were not too bothered about this, but it was really good and very entertaining . As you can see in the photo we were shown all ...
... her fish (and all the babies it had - they sold her a pregnant fish!), eating (sigh) spaghetti and meatballs, basically relaxing and catching up and trying to repack the suitcases to minimize what we would have to have held at Victoria Stn the next day (6P per bag!!) while we had a few hours between arriving in London and catching the plane to Naples from Gatwick. Overall, a pretty uneventful ...
... lunch after some more site seeing we then headed for a carvery dinner. The place was packed and it was an all you could eat with 4 kinds of meat and the biggest Yorkshire puddings I have ever seen. Eton mess for pudding topped off the day. It was soon time to collect our bags and after a quick stop at Lisa and Paul's lovely home and a meeting with their dog Angel we head for the ferry port. We say our goodbyes :-( and we head ...