I’ve just found my old camera and it still has photos on from about 5 years ago. The only holiday I’ve had in 19 years can you believe that.. anyway I went to a little place called Bembridge which is on the Isle of Wight. Have to say this is one of my most favourite places. I could quite easily live there for the rest of my life no problem.
I am just going to post some of the photos of my time there. A little snapshot into my past so to speak. Hope you don’t find them too boring.
The photo above if you look closely you can see there is a wasp bothering her which is why she is snarling.
As you can probably tell I love cats, especially BIG cats.
This lion was so incredibly gorgeous. I was very honoured to hear it roar before it was fed. I can’t remember the statists now the keeper did tell us the but roar of a lion can be felt inside you because it resonates at an unbelievable level. The hairs stood up on my arms.
The lab belonged to the relative whose house I was staying in. Harvey tried to hump the poor thing at every given opportunity – he’s such a dirty dog.
My youngest two outside Osborne House. This has to be my favourite historical building I have been to so far. It is beautiful and is set in beautiful surroundings. When looking around you can feel how loved Prince Albert was by Queen Victoria. I actually felt quite emotional in her bedroom. She passed away on the chaise lounge at the end of her bed. But by the side of the bed, she had a portrait of Prince Albert which I found very touching. It was the first thing she saw when she awoke and the last thing she saw before closing her eyes.
This was taken in the gardens which I have to say were just beautiful with a gorgeous view out to sea.
I adore this ship. I didn’t want to get off it and would really like to go back again. They have the sail laid out in a building from The Battle of Trafalgar and you can see all the holes in it from cannon etc.
So there you go a little glimpse courtesy of my camera.
Catch you soon