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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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... her new team. Only 2 sleeps to go until the final leg of the journey. Jersey - Gatwick - Antigua - St Kitts - St Maarten - Tortola. A total of 18 hours Jersey to Tortola. We wish that was door to door, but add in another couple of hours for that! Cats are cleared to fly and have been given the necessary sign off by the Singapore AVA (Agricultural and Vetenary Authority). Getting ...
... cockerels, strutting their stuff, giant rabbits, a duck and a goose, a couple of snakes and some lovely Jersey cows having their tails back combed, their hooves pedicured and their fur hair dried and sprayed to perfection! Lots of different vegetables too - cucumelons (a new one on us!), black tomatoes and double tone squash. Who knew a country show could be quite so much fun!! ...
... for dinner, while the girls were out walking.
Had a nice dinner but with an early start in the morning we were mindful not to over indulge with the festivities.
Off to London tomorrow morning via Aurigny Air, arrive at Gatwick at 9.30am.
Up at 5.30 am this morning early start to catch the ferry to Guernsey. We hump the bags about a kilometre to the terminal and check in for our trip across the channel to Guernsey.
All very efficient and we are underway on time at 8.00 am. First task at hand, source coffee and breakfast. Well we were in for a treat, full English breakfast with the lot on offer for just under 5 Euro, it would be a ...
... September back on the road quite early after a good night's sleep at Margris we headed to Guedelon, a castle in the making. As a group we visited this site in 2010. Michael Guyot first had the ice for Guedelon following an archaeological study at Saint-Fargeau Castle, which reveled that a medieval castle was hidden within the C15th red brick exterior. The idea of building a castle from scratch using medieval building techniques was born. Guedelon sheds light on ...