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And we made it through the race around the world! We have 593 dollars remaining and have traveled 38,102 miles. ...
... take an interest and even leave a comment or two. The days here are slowly getting longer. As I write this it's 4.22pm and still light outside!!! We've got a full week of work ahead before the half term break, then we head off to Morocco, so by the time we get back it should be light enough in the mornings and evenings for us to walk to and from work in the light rather than the dark!
Hope all are well, take care
Mark and ...
Absolute pea soup this morning. All we can see is the occasional bird flying past. We are approaching very slowly the port of Lerwick. Today we have to use the tender boats to go ashore and getting 2000+ people off he ship on a orderly and timely manner is a finely tuned process.
First things first though the United Kingdom Border Security have boarded he ship and everyone must line up in person and present the passports for clearance. The process starts just after 8 and we ...
... like there are spokes inside the circle. These were, probably, sleeping areas. Not much privacy!
After we returned, we walked into the town center but since it was Sunday, not much was open at all. One of the photos shows a floating apartment building. This is for the oil field workers.
Oh, and we saw some Shetland Ponies of course.
Tomorrow we dock at the Faroe Islands and hope to see some ...
The tour group was split today, the rest of the group headed back last night so we were put on a smaller bus with a couple of other people for a day trip. As there was a smaller group and therefore a smaller bus we were able to drive up a mountain road and see the Guinness lake. It is in the Guinness Estate so you can only see it from the road. It has become famous because people said it was shaped like a pint of Guinness and because of its dark colour, ...
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