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... talking to each other is actually also very fun. (Look up from you device now and say something nice to your girl/guy/child/parent)
So the coffee was good and after we did some grocery shopping we headed home up onto our hill to have delicious pasta for dinner.
To not have to lay in the tent for about 20 hours, we headed down to the pub to have some drinks but nothing to eat (because saving money and stuff) ...
... going on for as long as I wish to listen. A rumble and vibration from deep within the vessel. Combined with a kind of fan blowing somewhere and the swishing of wind around me, it's quite atmospheric. I have a smaller section of upper deck to myself, a dew-moistened picnic table with a view of GB disappearing, and a regular Americano.
To my right there are some large horizontal pipes about 10cm in diameter, with each one ...
... of England from France. Deal is also where Julius Caesar is said to have first landed in England. We had a lunch break in The town of Deal, a lovely coastal village and then drove to Sandwich, with its quaint streets, shops and medieval church, many constructed from the local flint. Inland we drove to Canterbury and Les dropped us off to see the cathedral, not the most beautiful I have seen but indeed the largest!! The height of the columns inside is ...
... alas, his navigator did not.
We were truly impressed with the castle and tour, quite interesting. I always like learning something new. We also learned of General Patton’s "fake invasion” – operation something….remember…we were up before the sun after very little sleep. War historian, I am NOT!
We returned to the ship and decided to relax. I’m reading a biography ...
... up and we were on the road by 10:30. Helen and Martin were great hosts and it was another great beginning to our trip. Dover was only 6 miles away so it was a short commute to the ferry line. We boarded at 11:30 and found a couple of chairs to relax in for the two and a half hour trip to Dunkirk, France. ...