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... seas. The air temperate at current is 14°C, and is forecast to increase again tomorrow when we are in port. This afternoon, I headed to deck 18 to do some revision. It was quite windy, so revising with flash cards was quite amusing. As this didn't work very well, I relocated to the Atrium, where I found some people I know, and we all revised together at Costa Coffee. Many of the passengers approached is ...
... venturing out a bit to briefly visit friends scattered across England.
The first of these stops was in the town of Dumfries, located to the southwest of Edinburgh, to visit Peter and Isabella, two of our friends from Vienna. The weather was unpleasant (raining just enough to be meddlesome, which seems to be the Scottish way), so we didn't spend much time sightseeing. Instead, we hunkered down in a ...
... We have noticed a lot of drilling rigs and oil and gas platforms. I'm sure we will be seeing a lot more of these.
Tonight was the first formal night which coincided with the Captains Reception. Everyone looked pretty gorgeous in all their finery. Dinner was, of course, delicious!! Wayne had Beefsteak Tomato & Mozzarella Tower and Beef Wellington. I had the Penne with Lobster Chunks and the Grilled Lobster. Yum!
... from the 1300s thru to the 1800s. They have been built alongside each other, probably when an old house fell down. There is all different types of building styles, from the Normans thru to Tudor style houses. The village is lived in but you can only rent the houses and shops from the National Trust, you can't own them. We had a nice walk around before having a quick beer in the pub and then headed off to meet the Mag. The next stop was to a place called Heavens ...
What. A. Day.
My flight was at 7am, so I got up at 4:30am, got dressed, and headed straight for the train. I took the train to Jungfernheide, which, might I add, was REALLY busy! Like, properly mobbed! People all heading to work it seemed. So strange as it was pitch black. I then walked a bit, then got a direct bus to Tegel Airport. Checking in was fairly straightforward, and I got to choose having a window seat. When I was waiting to go through security, I turned around, and ...