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... Nando’s, and then discovered a nice looking Asian buffet restaurant, which we will try on another occasion.
Hugo was allowed out, but he wasn’t keen on the floating pontoon: no bushes, nowhere to explore, and high winds, so he came back in very soon.
1 lock, 12 miles
Sun 23rd June
Thankfully the creaking ropes quietened a little in the night as the wind dropped, but it was back in the morning.