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bowlingbun wrote:Thanks Charm, my son was brain damaged at birth but is otherwise fit as a flea. My only problem is keeping up with him! Our steam roller used to take us to the Isle of Wight Steam Extravaganza every year, we had free ferry crossings and would trundle along the road at 4mph. We would go over the weekend before the show started, camping in the field next to Havenstreet Railway Station, free rides on the train as well. (My husband was the local equivalent to Fred Dibnah!) Happy memories.
Hiya Bowlingbun, Snap it's the same for my son, He won't go on holiday now he's made himself housebound due to 'fear'. Yes, oh my god that is a brilliant memory for you. I really love memories and going down Memory Lane. It's what makes us as people. And when we revisit places we've walked before with new people or the same one's a whole set of new memories come from that and even if we were to 'video' wouldn't be the same as remembering:) I think remembering is the best. Xx
https://www.lihouisland.com/

This is a little known Island in the Bailiwick been there many many times and lots to do on such a small space, so much so , in fact, it's easy to forget the tide times and believe me the tide comes in very fast and before you know it you are stuck there for the night in the dark lol It's situated around the corner from L'Eree Bay (La Ray). L'Eree is not far from Perelle bay which is the home of many sea disasters..Peril...Even I wouldn't try swimming back when the tide came in...too many currents and undercurrents on that end of the Island:)

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I used to take my Mum to stay in disabled friendly luxury chalets or park homes at Searles Park at Hunstanton and we both loved it. Beautifully laid out, disabled friendly, lovely soft furnishings, very close to the seafront and nice and flat for wheelchairs, mobility scooters etc. ... We has some lovely breaks there. They also do an all inclusive option where you can have all your meals provided in their restaurants if you prefer not to self cater.
Penny wrote:I used to take my Mum to stay in disabled friendly luxury chalets or park homes at Searles Park at Hunstanton and we both loved it. Beautifully laid out, disabled friendly, lovely soft furnishings, very close to the seafront and nice and flat for wheelchairs, mobility scooters etc. ... We has some lovely breaks there. They also do an all inclusive option where you can have all your meals provided in their restaurants if you prefer not to self cater.
Hiya Penny, I had a look at that one looks brilliant too :) Xx
Just escaped for best part of a week, stayed friend in Glasgow thurs night then travel on to n wales fri, lovely weekend retreat at my yoga 'cult' HQ in Snowdonia, even stayed dry until mon! Healthy eating and lots yoga. Back on sleeper overnight and I actually feel have had decent break (even kept cool when locked out due keysafe being empty and had use (late) dog's flap open conservatory :pinch: .....)