The Watersplash Hotel
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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...... !
... partially ready, there were some portaloos and a tourist desk selling round the island tours $25 pp or trip to the beach $8 pp. the tours operated in open safari taxis or minibuses and were selling well. Walking into town there were yet more taxis outside the dock gates and still some hopefuls up near town. We walked into town about half a mile maybe, there is a market area of small colourful huts selling clothes and ...
After spending several days chugging
Around Chichester Harbour, (where, by the
Way, our alternator gave up the ghost,
Forcing us to decamp to a little
Marina for a night), on Wednesday we
Motored out of the harbour and headed
For the Isle of Wight.
The wind was against us, and stronger than
It should have been, which made for slow progress
... a bathtub can be very handy. But besides the upgraded bathroom, no aspect of the stateroom (nor any additional services) qualify a “suite” designation. The balcony is the same size of those for standard balcony staterooms: SMALL!
Among the regular talk I’ve been overhearing on this cruise, one of the biggest topics has been the small size of the balconies. There is room for two chairs and a very small table, and that’s it. I think if ...
... south to the A27 and the scenic coastal route via Lewes, north Brighton, Worthing, Chichester, Havant and finally north up the A3 to Petersfield. The reason for this diversion was to find the Queen Elizabeth Country Park, a starting point for a highly recommended trek over, through and round the South Downs National Park.
The weather was much improved here and we even managed to enjoy a bit of sunshine. Rural Hampshire at its best. Over the Downs to Buriton, then back ...