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TravelPod Member ReviewsSt Georges St Peter Port
it is hard since i can't get free wifi in my room and i came into the hall but a man in a bathrobe shut off the lights and i can/t see the keyboard
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... even though the tide was out and we had to walk 500 metres to the sea it was worth it! Back to "the most popular bathers" shop in the British Isles 2012/2013/2014 to buy just another pair...oh, and a little bit of shopping in the VAT free St Peter Port.
We were fortunate to be able to have the time to assist Jane with her ongoing plans for retirement of which she has three desires to supplement the family budget.
... lord) in his feudal hereditary role, all of whom are in conflict with the millionaire Barclay brothers who own the tiny island of Brechou. Interesting place with lots of history. Went by public bus (for £1) around Guernsey to get a feel for the place & stopped in the German Occupation Museum. The Channel Islands were the only British territory under German control during the Second World War & the story of life then is ...
Our first port of call was the island of Guernsey, just a bit north of France. While technically a part of the United Kingdom, the island certainly had a French feel to it (signs, food, etc). This was a tender port, which means that the ship can't pull right up to a dock but must anchor offshore a bit and the passengers use smaller boats to get from the Ruby Princess to shore. After disembarking our tender, we strolled around the ...
... we arrived it was very busy and noisy, but after 3 or 4 coaches left it was peaceful again. There was a big display of photo's with eyewitnesses giving an account of what it was like to be there. These accounts had been gathered over a period of 20 years and included some from German soldiers and French civilians.
... taking it down would be useful about now. I thought back to my training and came up with a plan, of which only one problem it required a minium of 3 crew, It was then I remembered I was single handed for the next couple of weeks! By now the wind had increased again and with 8 knots of boatspeed and about 3 knots of current, our (Ground speed was 10 to 11 knots topping out at around 13). And not forgetting I was towing the dinghy with the outside loo in it, it ...