Sunday, 25 August 2013

Holiday - Isle of Wight


Had a couple of weeks on the Isle of Wight. Originally booked for one week, but stayed for two. Camped near Sandown, and just relaxed. The Isle of Wight like many islands just feels so much more relaxed than the bustling mainland, for example when pottering along, tourist style, no one hoots or tries to overtake dangerously!

A friend at work has just returned recently and said that he, "Just could not have believed that there is somewhere so relaxed in Southern England."

Rather than write on and on, here are some pictures:

Isle_of_White_1_ferry_with_Perodua_Myvi

Isle_of_White_2_Ferry_Leaving

Isle_of_White_4_ferry_with_Perodua_Myvi

Isle_of_White_5

Isle_of_White_6

Isle_of_White_7_where_the_couloured_sands_originate

Isle_of_White_8

Isle_of_White_9

Isle_of_White_10

Isle_of_White_11_Ventnor_Botanical_Gardens

Isle_of_White_12_Ventnor_Botanical_Gardens

Isle_of_White_13

Isle_of_White_14_Hovercraft

Isle_of_White_15_Walsh_trainers_on_beach_Ryde

Isle_of_White_16


Isle_of_White_17_train_Shanklin_Station



2 comments:

  1. O, I enjoyed your beautiful photos so much.
    I'd love to take a trip to your pretty part of the country.

    I would love to have a clothesline to hang my clothes out to dry. We are about to make a move and maybe I can talk the MR. into building one for me. :)
    Thanks for coming by...I just linked to follow you.

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  2. Good Morning BJ

    I'm glad you liked the photos. England is beautiful, but then I believe there is beauty everywhere, just sometimes its not so obvious! Certainly we had a relaxing time, which I think Denise needed.

    I hope you do have an advantageous move, and MR sorts out a washing line for you. Should save a little money for other things!

    Your always welcome to pop around for a virtual cup of tea.

    Steve

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