It’s been a while since the last blog but life sometimes gets in the way of well-laid plans, so here goes..
After what seems like a 6 month Autumn and Winter there was a forecast of a few nice days down here in the South of England. We took the opportunity to pack Humberto and head to Hayling Island again. It’s no more than a public car-parking spot but it is right on the, pebble, beach.
Apart from the attraction of facing directly out to sea there are two coastal pubs within walking distance. The Inn on the Beach is two minutes walk and the Ferryboat Inn is 30 minutes walk, along the beach. We ate at both and, once again, I have to say that the Moules Frites at the Inn on the Beach was superb.
We’d planned to spend just one night but, since we had a prime spot, we decided it was crazy to leave just to go home and sit in front of a TV, so we stayed another night.
Here’s a first attempt at a “proper” VLOG using my Phone, a selfie stick and an external Mic (no, I’m not being attacked by a Mouse).
It gets busy with Motorhomes and spaces aren’t empty for long. It’s very much like the Aires in France. There’s always a nice community feel with other Motorhomers and we got chatting to Steve and friends (see the end of the video above).
I think a couple of nights is about right here unless you’re a Wind-surfer or paddle-boarder. There’s not a great deal to see or do except sit back and relax on the beach (no bad thing of course).
We, like our neighbours, got the BBQ out and cooked a couple of beautiful steaks. It’s so nice to be using the BBQ again, there’s something extra special about a BBQ on the beach isn’t there?
Anyway, here are some photos and a drone video to give you an idea of what Hayling Island is like in the sun. Enjoy and:
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