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Another sea day today, so spent the day enjoying what the ship has to offer. That would be food, drink, gambling, shopping and entertainment. Let's start with Bingo. I spent a couple of hours and nearly $100 trying to win at Bingo today. Suffice it to say, if we were playing horseshoes or hand grenades, I'd have been a big winner...cause as the old saying goes "close counts" when you're playing either of those. Me, I sit here with the ...
Day 1 - Friday, 5th September, 2014
We set off from Gunthorpe knowing that the ride down to Dover due to it being motorway most of the way except for when Gilly and his satnav, decided to take us on a tour of a housing estate somewhere near Dartmouth, would be the least interesting of the whole month away.
The ride was notable for dodgy late signals by Les and Gilly and me doing a bit ...
The morning came much too early for my liking. Early to bed the night before, but that doesn't necessarily mean early to rise. BUT…UK immigration rules the day (damn them) and early it is…like it or not.
Our face to face meeting with immigration included a rundown of our itinerary….the interviewing agent said she wasn’t jealous…no NOT AT ALL…GOOD. ...
... so often. A special cocktail party was held in a favourite spot, The Ocean Bar, and free appetizers and drinks. Bring it on!! Well little did we know that we were to be called up to receive a Major Award, a medallion for spending over 100 days at sea on one Dam ship or another. After the medallions were placed ceremoniously around our necks the photographer took our picture with the captain. Once home it will be placed in an appropriate spot. We then were escorted to lunch in ...
Well Tuesday the 6th May dawned bright and clear-the day we started our cycle tour out of London-our destination Dover. Hannah's bike had arrived in the final hour on Monday afternoon. So Hannah on a new bike and carrying her own set of panniers for the first time-braved her way through the streets of London like a seasoned professional!! Both girls kitted out in cycling gear truly looked the part. Using the Sustrans maps (documenting cycle routes in the UK) we ...