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... an open air cafe owned by an Irishman from Belfast who offered free wifi! So a drink and a catch up later we went back to the craft market bought another shirt and then headed home for lunch. As we neared the port taxi with only about 4 onboard was looking for additional passengers at only $25 for two people for a two hour tour. Heat and my first insect bite drew me back to the ship though and another lazy afternoon ...
... heart beat into the bear, stuff the bear before finishing off the experience by dressing the bear in an outfit and creating a certificate of adoption for the bear.
I chose a multi coloured brown bear with stiches, his scent is cupcakes that sometimes smells of popcorn and his voice is a giggle. He has a pulse as well. I chose denim overalls and pink fluffy boots.
After all of this, Chris and I drove back to Lymington.
This morning we woke up in Southampton, having journeyed down from Durham by train last night. We were due to board the M/S Balmoral at berth 46, to sail in the wake, 100 years later, of the legendary ill-fated liner Titanic.
The Titanic set sail from Southampton on 10th April 1912, ultimately bound for New York. Interestingly, we are having to leave a full two days earlier than the Titanic did in order ...