and we saw a Jeffries Cat, not much bigger than a domestic moggie. It was so close I could have touched it, but there were signs saying it would bite so I resisted the temptation. It soon took refuge from a subsequent downpour.We spent quite a bit of time at Amazon World as we left for lunch in a nearby pub then returned to see some more creatures. I have to admit that I really am intrigued by bats in captivity and I spent ages watching them flying and feeding in the dark whilst trying to get a decent photograph for a bat mad friend!On the Friday we had a 'mystery tour', this meant everyone piled in the car, with the children right at the back in the third row and we headed off to the as yet, unexplored part of the island.
love the bat piccy, totally jealous of it :)ReplyDelete
SOunds like a holiday of ups and downs but plenty of memories which is what its all about.
Cute penguins :-) Great shot of the bat, too!ReplyDelete
looks like you've had a cracking time.ReplyDelete
Looks like you had so much fun! Gorgeous cottage too :)ReplyDelete
Arrr it looks like you had a great time on our little wight isle :) pleased the weather didn't put you off :)ReplyDelete
Penguins and Cats - love them. It looks like you had a great time - hope the reality of being back home isn't too much of a bump. Jaqui xReplyDelete