A trip to Isle of Wright.

Our trip to isle of wright begins with our determination to visit a few destinations in the UK.
Certainly the best way to celebrate holidays, but on the homeland to Christmas and where even the most heavenly destination takes a leap backwards. Preparing for the New year, catching up with the backlog of friends and family.
However ones determination can make the world go around. So we made it a holiday to visit the Christmas illumination instead of the recommend tourist spots, I scanned and searched all through the internet to catch up the glance of the city as much as we could.

We drive our way to Portsmouth straight into the historic Docklands and towards the Gun wharf. And find this Christmas scene in the heart of the Market.


We board the ferry to our destination the Isle of Wright. To see some of its six wonders. And exploring the Christmas season.
A comfortable and luxurious ferry along with a Costa Coffee is all one could ask for on winter evening. Soon in an hours time we find ourselves relaxing in our hotel.
The next day top of the list, needless
To say, was the Needles Park.


Followed by an entertaining visit to the Alum Glass bay. And my little kiddo was a bit unsure in the open workshop of making glass.
My little explorer was eagerly waiting to meet the Dinosaurs at the “Dinosaur isle”. And he was overwhelmed to see every depiction.

Soon after we plunged to Sandown Beach just across the road, as the view across the shore was splendid and of a typical golden sand beach.

Dont forget to visit next best beach the Shanklin beach and the nearby cafés.

We were fortunate to hit a bargain to at the Amazon World by simply downloading a voucher from its website for only 4.5 pounds per person.


And for the Christmas illumination on the way back to hotel were these season decorations shining bright on the cold winter night.
And many more short trips to Osbourne Castle, the Craisebrook Castle, the Miniature World. In all it was a fun holiday to spend time with loved ones.



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