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... sea before we arrive at Le Havre, France. Unfortunately we also lost an hour last night, so the ship’s time will match the time in France tomorrow. We will get it back during our return to Southampton. We traveled through the oil fields of the North Sea on our way back to the English Channel. We have seen many, many platforms and a few ships (freighters and ferries) along the way.
Tomorrow: We visit the D-Day beaches in ...
My dad told me that I had to preface this entry:
I am writing this blog under the influence of a delicious white wine.
Our last full day in Edinburgh was jammed packed. In the morning we headed out to Edinburgh Castle. It was sunny, but extremely windy. We would be walking, with the wind pushing us, and by the time the wind died down you would fall backwards because ...
In a desperate bid to track down some traditional music, Susie and I sniffed out a Caelidh on the Friday night. It's been a while since we wheeled out our promenades and polka steps, but willows were stilled stripped and white seargents were still dashed. - we were absolutely buggared but **** it was fun.
Catch you later
Steppin' Susie and flyin' feet Frankie.
PS Still no sign of Susie's cute little leather pouch.
... with a pickle onion & I had a bowl of mussels in garlic sauce (they were so small did even know I had eaten a main meal). A bottle of Chile wine to wash down those little mussels. Back to the Mitre pub for more beers & to listen to couple guys entertain us. Stayed until stumps. Back to our apartment we sat down to watch one flew over the cuckoos nest. Head to bunkie bunkie around 2 ...
... kilt' as we know today with the skirt and pleats was fashioned. In the 1800's the various clans developed their own plaids and colors. The term tartan refers to the plaid design. Various tartans belong to families (clans), towns, sports teams, festivals, etc.
Merry and I shopped in Edinburgh in the afternoon and checked out the Sheep's Heid as a possible pub for dinner....which we all enjoyed later that evening. Sheep's Heid is the oldest pub in ...