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Travel Blogs from St Peter Port
It was an ominous sign that the pharmacy had no Valium left in stock - the day before we set off. How relieved I was to find that the reason for our 4 hour delay was that our aircraft had been caught up in a lightening storm on the way over and needed to be checked for burns. I could definitely smell smoke during take off. Alas the flight was okay - apart from the elderly lady to my right. The persistent unpleasant smell of 'soiling' did lead to regular checks on ...
Into St Peter Port today and had a stroll around the shopping area and waterfront for a couple of hours. Had lunch in a nice Italian restaurant on the waterfront, fresh caught crayfish, prawns and crab meat, absolutely beautiful.
Went to a nice pub for a short sharpie while Joseph went to Cubs and then home for dinner, a nice relaxing day.
We went for a walk along the beach and then sat watching the fishing boats come and go for an hour or so. All very quiet at night and quite picturesque, a fitting end to our trip.
A drive around the island and a coupe of walks this morning up hill and down dale, saw an old observation post - battery built and used during the napoleonic wars. Also saw quite a few gunnery posts built by the Germans in the Second World War during the occupation.
A quiet relaxing afternoon was a pleasant relief from all the rushing around we have been doing.
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After dinner we went to a show in the theatre - ABBA revival which was good … and then we hightailed it to see a comedian / ventriloquist, Paul Serdin - who was very funny …. Standing room only in the Vista Lounge.
With that we called it a night … not thrilled to be sea sick but by the end of the night I was fine.