We finished our wonderful day on Tuesday with a long walk to the highest point on the Isle of Wight. The children did not seem keen at the idea of a walk but loved the winding paths that hugged the coastline, giving amazing views over Whitecliff Bay. We wandered up through the trees and over stiles, getting out of breath (the adults anyway) before we reached Culver Point. The view over the Isle of Wight and across the Solent to Portsmouth was fabulous. After a few songs and many group photos we made our way back to base to settle down for the evening. It was a little easier to get the children to bed after such a sunny day, full of activity (the children had been outside in the fresh air and had hardly sat down between 8 am and 9pm!)
Up again at about 6.30 this morning for showers (even the boys) and off to breakfast ~ the sausages and hash browns were very popular! A little cloudy this morning but another action packed day ahead ~ 3G Swing, Fencing, Climbing, Laser Zone, Aeroball, Leap of Faith, Team Challenge, Orienteering, Zip wire, and Balance Beam (this activity is pretty high!) To top it all off we will be getting into our Hawaiian costumes and heading to the beach for Limbo and sand castles.
The children are loving every minute and haven't mentioned mobile phones, X-boxes or TV's once ~ perhaps they will not ask for them when they get home! More news later today.