After our walk around Langness, we were ready for morning tea, so headed south to Port St Mary. We had a bit of a wander around, as always, walked out along the breakwater.
At the end we found another lighthouse.
Once again, low tide isn’t pretty.
I noticed a couple of Aussie reminders. Firstly, “Platypus”.
Then “Ragamuffin”, although I think she has shrunk a little since competing in the Sydney to Hobart.
Next stop, morning tea.
We couldn’t pass a cafe with this name.
Look who we found sitting out the front. Some fellow travellers. It’s amazing who you run into. We had a lovely morning tea together.
Even the floor suits the theme.
Next stop was even further south, to Port Erin for a little wander around. We arrived just in time to see the steam train arrive.
I love seeing the old fashioned shops.
Look, there’s a lighthouse.
The weather was OK, but definitely not swimming weather for this little black duck.
Not quite ice cream weather either.
There’s patchwork inspiration where you least expect it.
OK, so now we’ve seen Port Erin, there is only one way to head – north.