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I'm starting my blog now, before I go because - 1 - I read, before you give people a link to a blog, there should be a few entries to read; 2 - it's the beginning of the year, so it makes sense; 3 - I'm seeing this as a practice run; 4 - there's rather a lot of preparation work that goes into a years trip Over the last week I've been up and down emotionally. As I'm completely moving out of my flat and have a definite panache for the last ...
... by had a roof covered in snow...but the kids missed it! When we made it to the seafront (Marni still walking, although we had done 1,2,3....swing! - Brody is just too heavy though.) There was snow in the Lakes District hills. Yeah...very exciting.
The kids walked up on the wall, until we came to a cafe and stopped in for a cuppa, which turned into lunch. Marni had a huge orange juice which she finished off along with some lunch and Brody had a ...
... and down, seemingly without aim. But once my activity monitor said we’d done the 10,000, we were able to go back to our cabin and start getting ready for dinner.
After our delicious meal we went along to the Neptune Lounge to get good seats for the show. We spent some time watching the dancing couples (we don’t join in because we don’t know how to do ballroom dancing), then it was time for tonight’s show, which was billed as a ...
... what are our listeners doing today? Anything exciting? Send us a text and let us know.” So I’d texted in, telling them we were off up above the Arctic Circle, hopefully to see the Northern Lights. I’d signed the message “Debbie from Durham” and the two ladies we were speaking to had heard it! Particularly since the DJ had been talking about it quite a lot. An amazing coincidence.
During the cocktail party we enjoyed a couple ...
... Lounge at the stern of the ship, where they had some comfortable settees on which to relax. Trevor had a couple of pints of Boddington’s and I enjoyed some sparkling wine.
We then heard the announcement for passenger lifeboat drill, so we went back to our cabin, got our lifejackets, and proceeded to our muster station. Then it was the usual rigmarole; listen to the distress signal (seven short blasts of the ship’s whistle, followed ...