today went to take a look at the HMS Warrior and HMS Victory together with Mighty Jingles and Ed Francis as an birthday activity (Ed and I share same birthday day). The weather was lovely and was an enriching experience, specially when I had 2 guides pointing every detail of the ships!
We also took the chance to visit an antique shop that was crammed with militaria (felt like a museum that if you happen to have a couple hundred to a thousand pounds laying around in your pocket, just buy what you want take it back home), saw a couple Lugers, a Panzerschreck and even a Sidewinder missile among other British, French and even Japanese items. The creepy part was some SS uniforms (and randoms) that were being sold. I had seen some before but always in museums and always at a certain distance but these were right in front of me, separated only by a thin glass and obtainable.
In a positive note, they had toys, very old ones and Ed pointed out a couple Star Trek toys which I will want to get my hands on! Slowly decorating my woman cave!
I took a couple photos for you, some of them may not be the best as this one completely forgot her memory card and couldn't take photos, used a phone instead:
HMS Victory (The oldest commissioned warship in the world). Unfortunately some decks are currently under maintenance and flash is not allowed inside.
And a extra, MGB 81:
That's all folks!Next time will be posting your photos! :)