I am at home 🌊


Zip wire


A long time ago we have been Bournemouth probably I was the oldest person 🤔 who been the zip wire, that’s was out of my comfort zone⁉️ I waved and enjoyed. The 1st pier to shore zip wire in the world! 25 meters above the sea 🌊 and 250 meters over the top of the waves 🌊 to land on 🏖 The weather was typical English 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 spring day, morning and evening cold, daytime is lovely sunny 🌞 😎 and warm. Find my limit is not scary 😱 dealing and accept my limit is necessary 🤔 that’s a 🔑 to step forward. How do you feel, are you moving anywhere or just stay in your presentDo you want to change 💭 Do you look for a solution 👀 Taking full responsibility 💯% on your life is the first step, be grateful what you’ve got in your life. I Feel the Difference what’s stopping you ⁉️ money 💰 health 💪

Southsea Castle


Southsea Castle, historically also known as Chaderton Castle, South Castle and Portsea Castle, is an artillery fort originally constructed by Henry VIII on Portsea Island, Hampshire, in 1544. It formed part of the King’s Device programme to protect against invasion from France and the Holy Roman Empire and defended the Solent and the eastern approach to Portsmouth. The castle had a square central keep, two rectangular gun platforms to the east and west, and two angled bastions to the front and rear and was an early English example of the trace Italian-style of fortification popular on the Continent. The Cowdray engraving of the Battle of the Solent in 1545 depicted Henry VIII visiting the castle. Despite several serious fires, it remained in service and saw brief action at the start of the English Civil War in 1642 when it was stormed by Parliamentary forces.