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... and came out £10 richer. Dinner was traditional fish and chips which went down a treat. Unfortunately I am down to my last bottle of Irn Bru, which is a Scottish soft drink that is the ducks guts. My dad would say that it puts lead in your pencil, yep weird I know. I am looking forward to a good day of sight seeing tomorrow and hopefully another serve of black black pudding for ...
Time to move on again, this time to stay with our friends Jenny and Roger on Hayling Island, near Portsmouth.
It only took about an hour to drive to the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard where we spent the day.
We had been smart to order tickets the night before as our queue to enter was much shorter than for those buying tickets on the day. The tickets were £1.00 cheaper too.
First we visited the HMS Warrior which was built in 1860 and was such a ...
... not everyone has this luxury) so that we were able to save. I feel not just lucky but privileged to have been given extended unpaid leave so that I can return to work when this trip is over and I am grateful for that. Who knows I may even be able to save for another world cruise. Well it's a lovely morning, sky is blue sun is out fairly warm. It's a bit windy though. The pools are now full of water, asked the question, where do they get the water to fill the pools? Well they buy ...
... the kids are only good for 45 minutes or so.
The main attraction of the area is HMS Victory, British Navy Flagship and the ship where Admiral Nelson died (fighting Napoleon in the Battle of Trafalgar). Unfortunately that was closed today so we just saw the outside and the museum. There is also a large kids play area with hands on activities, but as it is ...
... done we performed a packing miracle and managed to squeeze everyone and everything into the car for the next leg to Butch and Ally's at Tilford near Farnham, a drive in the dark only made possible by a navigation system and a road map to double check. It was so good to catch up with Butch after almost 28 years and meet Ally and their son, Piers. Unfortunately we missed Abby as she was ...