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... only 2.5 hours. We landed on time at 9.30 am and the
temperature was -30C and IT WAS SNOWING! First time either of us has seen snow
actually falling! Aleisha was waiting
for us and had the car parked just outside the terminal but we had to have a
quick run around in the snow and catch it as it fell!
Oh and our international
travelling companion, Wally, is again with us on this trip!
Our journey was off to an amazing ...
... of something else. I have just come down from the bridge of a 75,000 tonne container ship making its way along the English Channel at night (time now 23.45) – it is a starry night, the lights of Britain and France clearly visible along with the lights of all the shipping round about us. It is an awesome experience and one that is difficult to quantify. I can’t think of anything comparable.
We had a comprehensive tour of the engine room ...
... singing and dancing in the street. We tried passing them, but one ran over to me and hugged me and his friend ran over to pull him away. Then they returned to dancing. Drunk people are funny... We finally got to our hotel around 12:30 and went to bed after finishing our fries. June 12 Overslept of course. We were out if the hotel around 10:30. Walked around some more. Went to the Church of our Lady where an original work by Michelangelo is housed. The church ...
... up the market, so we kinda had to do that part later.
So we walked down the Meir, stopped at Maccers at the end and checked the Opera and the Central Station.
Time to walk back to the parking and our lovely Mini to go heat up in the appartment.
The day after we drove to my brother Toon and his wifie Sarah, to check out my cute niece Hannah and the newborn Godchild Enora.
Jakie JUST missed his birth, was a bit painful. I so wanted him to be there with me.
... we had met to a club called "Cud." The Aussie had got along well with the coat check boy from the first club and was (I assume) going home with him. I left with Tristan and one Estonian (other one had disappeared) and they helped me figure out how to get a cab back to my hostel.
An aside- My hair buzzer thing exploded on me due to the voltage differences. Since my hair was gross, I had to bic my head. ...