Springvale Hotel & Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Seaview
Just four weeks to go and I just want to be settled on board with the real world, and Christmas , left behind. I still need to order money and am checking the exchange rates daily its still going up so hang on. If it starts to go down then I buy before it looses any more. The money is delivered to the ship so don't have to carry it. The exchange rate is pretty good also. Found ...
... off gas, switch fridge, lock garage etc.
And so to home.
What did we learn? The heating is super efficient, the cassette lasts a day and a half when that's all you are using and the electric hookup means you can live just like at home.
Next week - Andover and the hawk conservancy. I'm hoping to have a day flying a bird of prey - want to fly a buzzard or a kite or a peregrine falcon. Don't want to fly an owl - they don't do it for me like a howk or falcon.
We learned out lesson last week and de-frosted our casserole early, microwaved it and then finished off in the oven.
I have ordered a mattress topper - firm beds are ok, but a gal needs some luxury and softness to help her have a long sleep.
So all in all, a good day - f1 qualifying and strictly come dancing - a mindless but restful day.
... six cars! Car moved and went to fire up Monty - another campervan parks up in the space. Another negotiation!! Eventually Monty is able to get out and off to fill up with diesel.
Once David arrives home and gets scrubbed down, we set off to the New Forest to our planned stop at Sway. Fish and chips picked up in Brockenhurst on the way.
... the middle of the afternoon, however, she has successfully shrugged off the sea-sickness.
The ship put on the usual end-of-voyage chocolate extravaganza, where we got to sample cakes and more cakes made of chocolate and other goodies. I did pretty well here.