The south shore promenade is just a 3 minute walk to the bottom of the street but we took a short detour first, around the corner to take a little look at the Church House. Nearly there.
Walking along the promenade towards the harbour we noticed the lifeboat crew dragging the boat up the beach. I liked the light shining on the scene.
We crossed the harbour swing bridge then walked halfway along the north shore promenade, ducking into one of the shelters to avoid a short, sharp shower.
A couple of the shelters have been painted by local artists, using a grant from the IOM Arts Council. I preferred this one.
We crossed over the road at this point to walk back through the park, getting caught in another shower along the way. Luckily the witches were wearing their waterproofs...
An hour and a half. I needed a good, strong coffee at the end.