Isle of Man - Port Erin to Port St Mary December 14th 2021 Dear All
Greetings again! This is my second blog entry for my time on the Isle of Man, and it will relate my adventures on my second full day on the island. It was another wonderful day, rather tiring, but with some amazing views and experiences.
After a wonderful night’s sleep of ten hours, I enjoyed a self-catered breakfast of porridge, pain-au-chocolat, yoghurt and orange juice. I was plann ... read more
Europe » Isle of Man » Port Erin Part of the Norwegian Kingdom of the Hebrides until the 13th century when it was ceded to Scotland, the isle came under the British crown in 1765. Current concerns include reviving the almost extinct Manx Gaelic language.... ... read more
Thanks for reading my blog. I started it in 2010 to keep a record of my travels, to let people know how I'm going, and also to keep me sane at times while I'm on the road!
I have written up my 23 most recent journeys so far, and have no plans at all to stop travelling just yet.
86 countries down, 109 more to go - watch this space!
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Davidson's Ice Cream
I'm so happy you were able to eat this ice cream. It was delicious!
Indeed, I agree - delicious ice cream! I only found out about it from your blog. As with your visit, the parlour in Port Erin was also closed when I was there, but I, like yourselves, was also able to find it elsewhere. What a treat ?