We have been to Portsmouth

Marcus, our boys and I spent an exciting day at Portsmouth today where we first visited Southsea Castle and walked along the remains of it. The most interesting part was that the castle had simply integrated the lighthouse into its walls. I’ve never seen anything like that before.

After that we walked along Portsmouth pier and along the beach where our boys collected some pretty interesting shells.

Before going home again, we headed to the Blue Reef Aquarium where we could watch various animals in action.

At the beach – again

Once again we headed to the beach where our boys collected some shells and took pictures like Marcus and I did. They also had a lot of fun trying to sit on all the different spots of Littlehampton longest bench.

A walk at the west side of Littlehampton’s coastline

We started our walking tour at Littlehampton’s west beach from where we had a great view of the river Arun and the east beach where we usually like to walk along.

At the west side , however, the sea was much rougher, and we saw much higher waves than on the east side. The interesting part was that this side has dunes, and so we could walk among them.

On our way back we also discovered some ruins from where we had a great view of Littlehampton.

All in all, we spent a great day with our boys – and will definitely back when it’s a bit warmer!

Christmas Eve at the beach

Together with our boys we spent some hours at the sea and walked along the river Arun before going back home and watching a film together – after having had some delicious doughnuts and cup of hot chocolate. We really had a great day!