Peggyslea Farm House
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... left 698 Nautical Miles remaining until we arrive at Funchal, Madeira. At midday, we were in Force 5 winds, with moderate seas. By mid afternoon, this had improved again, with air temperature increasing. Today we went the 'Grab & Go' bar for food, located adjacent to the Lido/Rivera pools. Afterwards, we went to the Horizon Restaurant for afternoon tea. Early today, I went up to Deck 18, where ...
... earring and put one foot on the table ...it is said! There are also supposed to be 800 wrecks ....I wonder who counted them?I cannot believe that I have been round The Horn today safely on one of its rare calmish days with only one scary moment when the swells were a bit tummy turning but I didn't wobble and what a wonderful day we have had. As usual, I, because of my childlike enthusiasm, just had to get up this morning and was the only person out on deck 7 at 5 a.m with ...
... parades, no bagpipes in this one. It was pretty cool, but so loud. I got all of that done before our show, it made me feel good. The show went very well and we had another reviewer come. His review was incredible. He "highly recommended " our show ( I only know what the review said because I am actually writing this blog on Sunday morning). We also got the new keyboard today...finally!!! It was so nice playing on a full size with weighted keys, now I ...
... given the opportunity to be on a work adventure!
A job doing what I love to do, in places that I have loved to be in..
Three weeks in each of Milan, Madrid, Lisbon, a few weeks in Paris, a week in Strasbourg, time in London - again and again, Amsterdam - likewise, Leiden, Luzerne, Brussels and Dublin.
Now and again I have even managed to be in Edinburgh too!
In the interests of balance, ...
... pointless. The only new sight was the controversial government building. We continued the rest on foot (to our relief) and saw the "birthplace of Harry Potter" (cafe where JK Rowling wrote) had a few 'ghost' stories of the town. We were at 3 sisters in time to celebrate NZ new year. It was a really great atmosphere. I have not seen a pub so full at that time of the morning and as you'd expect it was full of Kiwis and Aussies. It appeared that all the ...