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... to english, "bonjour" will be replaced with "hello". This is awesome. It is also free.
-One of my pairs of pants is 88% polyester; I tried to go with lighter materials that would be easier to carry around and would also dry faster. This pair of pants conforms to my body quite a bit though, so you can see what's underneath very easily. So I'm pretty sure everyone walking behind me always has a cyrstal clear view of exactly what my ass looks like. ...
After our early night in bed, I slept well till around 2am then was awake for a while but then slept again until around 6.30am. I got up then and showered and by the time I'd done that our room service order for hot water and milk had arrived. On our last cruise we used to get a jug of coffee delivered every morning but neither us really like the coffee – percolated and quite bitter. So this trip I’ve brought along our own favourite ...
... the entire little chocolate shop if I could have afforded it. That being said, I did probably spend like $50. #NoRagrets Momma didn't raise no fool. I spend my hard earned money where it's going to get put to good use. Like eating chocolate. Mhmm. Yum yum.
We then drove to France and took the ferry across to the U.K. where we are now in London. Off to a very, very late, final dinner (time zone change) before tomorrow's flight home. I'M NOT ...
I remember visiting Paris a number of years ago. Rushing around, gobbling up landmarks like a photo hungry Pac-Man, one of the most memorable parts of that trip happened to be the hour or so I spent sat on a quaint backstreet drinking a glass of red staring at one of the Eiffel Tower’s legs in the distance.
30th May 2012
It is another sunny morning, which is lovely. We wonder how much longer this will last. After breakfast John went into Gent to see if he could get our licence. We find it strange that the Belgian authorities are hot on the use of red diesel, but not the licensing, at least not in the Flanders region. When we crossed the border into Wallone area they checked our paperwork and issued us with a number for free. ...