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... So, another Aeroplan flight. Unfortunately our return isn't quite as direct as we have to overnight in Montreal. Still, when we crunched the numbers, it was still a savings to use points. So, when our flights came together with relative ease, it was really the deciding factor to "go all in" on this 26 day transatlantic cruise. To no one's surprise, I'm sure, the planning has already begun. Well really, it is only a little over 19 weeks away. Some would say we're a bit ...
... Cold, windy and damp. I know how to treat a girl right.
The toll booth for the park was long ago deserted as it was way out of season.
Rode into the park and under some blue sky. Then it started to rain. Go figure ? It's been grey and damp all day and only rains when we get under the blue sky.
Rode through Sussex which was as picturesque as my home county. Well preserved buildings and streets.
The 'Lighthouse route' we had been ...
It's getting closer to "liftoff" and the important things, like packing, are basically complete. I've researched our new port of call, Malta, for potential activities/excursions and have identified there is a casino there. Enough said. And we've looked after things that needed looking after here at home before our departure. This has included watching the remainder of Season 3 of Downton Abbey. I'll admit it. We are hooked. We had to finish ...
... and Lyn bought just before leaving Nova Scotia. Randy bought it right off the fisherman's boat. Hm Hm good. Randy got Janet a "chicken cordon blue" for dinner, while the rest of us gorged ourselves on crab. Thanks Randy and Lyn, great dinner!! And did I mention cheese cake for desert. That's right, NY Cheesecake. Too good!!
Thurs Aug 29--Before leaving Moncton, we drove Mike's car ...
... them. Next we drove to Mahones Bay where there were a few shops, but not a whole lot going on. The house prices around this area are pretty affordable with some for less than $100,000, but then again you would have to find a job as well.
We all came home for dinner and Adam's mum cooked a nice baked ham with all the trimmings. It was very filling and we crammed in room for dessert before sitting in the lounge room for the rest of the evening having a ...