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... of ale glass in its wooden holder. Isi bought some Duval which is one of her favourites and then on our way back to ST she bought even more in the supermarket to try but they are sooooooo gooooood.
Back on ST we sat outside with a beer and watched the world going by. John cooked again chicken and salad. That night we had lot of research to do, winter storage, Broads, Holiday and catch up with typing blog, newsletter and naming photos before ...
... toast, lobster and potatoes and an apple tart with ice cream. Bon appetite! Here are some final comments: 1. Why do the Europeans think you need to exfoliate when you dry off? Next time I will bring my own soft towel. 2. Box springs and top sheets provide for a good night's sleep. Why don't they use them over here? 3. ...
... 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 ...
... cracked up when I saw it. I knew it was small and not much of anything but when I saw this little man surrounded getting so much attention it was just hilarious. He was even smaller than I had thought and it just made it all the funnier with all the attention he gets. Maybe it was my three sips of beer.
We quickly got the shot and got out of there as soon as we could and headed along to a bar where Jason tried more of Belgium's finest before ...
... was fascinating to see about 8 or 10 people on the lock side taking photographs of us entering. You will be pleased to know that I did my duty – as one does – and gave them cheery, almost regal wave. Well, one’s public expects one to acknowledge the fact that they had turned out to see us. It’s the least one can do!
We are safely berthed in the home of MSC the company that charters this ship. And it clearly is their home port as ...