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trip, and we had a great time, although I think we were a bit unlucky to catch a spell of not such good weather. We have learnt a lot, like the areas which we like best and which places are likely to get consistently dry warm weather. We tried lots of different campsites and now have an idea which sort best suit our needs.
We enjoyed our month away and will probably do it again next year, bur most likely for a bit longer...... !
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 ...
... in to Portsmouth for afternoon tea - (ice cream) - but ended up in a traffic jam due to the conclusion of a local football match. Made it to Bognor Regis and our hotel about 6.30. A very interesting old style hotel - very much a 'Faulty Towers' variety. Bought our glass of red at the bar and snuck it back to our room to enjoy with our cheeses, bread and olives, followed by fresh strawberries. ...
... with mushy peas (which are actually really yummy). On the trip home, we drive past the 'Hollies' (Kate and William's old house), just 200 metres down the road from the pub, which is now known as the Blacksmith's Cottage. We drive past Alford again where the Lewis' are buried (we came here with Bridget) and pick up Ben (the dog) from the barber. Its such a warm evening that we have a yummy dinner of cheese, crackers and wine and outside. ...
... the deeper green background of oats and trees. Saw a number of small dairy herds and in some areas of Poland people seem to have just a few cows and you could see someone tending them in the afternoon.
On a very hot afternoon we arrived at the Latvian/Russian border. The queue of cars and trucks, a separate lane for each, stretched maybe a kilometre back from the border, so we came to a stop and didn’t move at all for quite a long time. ...