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... help ! No doubt the Security guys were having a great laugh and have probably uploaded the CCTV footage to YouTube by now … who knows? It may be a hit !
We found the kid’s area with colourful play equipment and some golf practice nets then more exercise equipment which Doug had to try out followed by some R&R on the deck chairs. We also discovered another secret retreat area … well secret to us as we had never seen ...
... up and enjoying a drink in the afternoon sun at the campsite bar by 4:30 pm. Rob has a lot of sense sometimes!
Pasta carbonara for tea - with Spanish English bacon and homemade sauce. After tea we got into conversation with a lovely couple from north Germany. They were fascinated with our narrowboat life and where we'd been on this trip. They have the cutest Yorkshire terrier called ...
... Enter witnesses/photographer (thanx again Alex)
Cue proceedings - Cue music - Cue Celebrant
We declare ourselves free to marry - say our vows - exchange rings - & are thereby prounced husband & wife - I may kiss the bride - all parties sign register - may I present Mr & Mrs Robertson
Short & sweet yet undeniably fulfilling
It turns out the video function was also short & sweet - only filming in 2 ...
We spent our Christmas day, in part, on the road. We were on the road by about 07:00. We decided we would head to Gibraltar today. We made it to Gibraltar shortly before 09:00. The original plan was to park and then walk across the border. We had been told that was the best strategy to avoid the hours long wait in the car to go through border control. With the combination of Christmas day and an early hour, we drove right in.
I am glad our ...
... s head around the corner before we could see Gibraltar. Which was disappointing, how ever the countdown began instantly, ONE MORE SLEEP TILL GIBRALTAR! We hopped on the bus knowing there should be no chance of getting lost, as if we were misplaced, we'd only have to follow the giant rock on the horizon. As Gibraltar is part of the united kingdom we had to cross 'customs' which included flashing our passports and being waved through, likidy split! We got there ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking