However, emergency services are still on the scene.
Still. Two days later.
Just in case.
Back to my Ellan Vannin, with its green hills by the sea.
I’m guessing that as a restaurant in the ticket hall (see what they did there?) of a steam train station, this is a nod to the engine drivers and firemen who used to cook their breakfasts in the firebox on the trains.
Nice touch? Too much of a gimmick? I’ll leave that up to you to decide, but in the meantime, please note the absence of any bacon (surely some sort of UN resolution has been broken here?) and just imagine the size of their dishwasher.
A couple of the Manx Radio Webcams have been replaced with new, shiny webcams with better resolution, and it means that the views across Douglas Bay are tugging at my heartstrings with even greater force than previously.
Yes, it’s grey, cold and stormy, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t want to be (suitably clothed and) wandering along the clifftops there.
There are webcams in Douglas, Peel and up at the Bungalow and you can view them all here.