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... A wander around the shops, a few outfits to try on and then off to find the Lego shop. Mission accomplished, Lego shop found, photos taken and mini figures chosen (and of course some other presents).
Off we head again to find something for lunch and we stumbled across Hard Rock cafe, first on the list is to order cocktails!!!!! After the important things ...
... This is by no means an exhaustive list of things I wanted to join, as I couldn't find the Bell Ringer, or the Icecream or Baking societies.
The afternoon was not complete until Amali (a lovely girl from Paris who is studying physics with me) and I had scaled the rock climbing wall in the campus gym 3 times and I'd made us smoothies from a bike-powered blender.
The evening saw me at a rehearsal with the Music Society in which we did Handel's Messiah (Harlerloogah... again...) and ...
Travelled 3396 nm Sea 150 ft deep Wind 28 Km 5 beaufort
Not able to use our pay as you go phone due to technical problems we enquired about using the ship to shore phone. $7.95 per minute - about £4.50 - we gave it a miss! Sorry kids.
Last day was spent on board walking round and chatting. Whilst in the Mall a large cake appeared to say ...
Another sea day today as we cruise toward Bergen, Norway. It's been a very busy day starting with a champagne breakfast on our balcony to celebrate my birthday. It's really tomorrow, but since we'll be in port tomorrow, thought it best to do it today when we weren't rushed. We signed up for the Mini Olympics today. It is a series of events that will take place during our sea days. I'm sure the winning team will get something like a free cruise, or perhaps a ball cap or deck of ...
... decipher her thick Glaswegian accent and totally missed her references to events that happened in Glasgow. Humor really is cultural, folks. Then, we decided to take ourselves to other side of town and see what was happening in the Old Town near the University of Edinburgh. Brilliant decision. In small rooms on the top floors of pubs, we watched four different ...