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... Amy is in fact very common throughout Jersey. Most of our day is spent in the ancient shopping precinct and the marvelous Vegetable & Flower market. Many people come from London, Paris and beyond each weekend to shop in Jersey (due to low taxes and no GST), so there are shoppers everywhere. The locals are keen to chat and many do not expect to see/hear Australians in this part of the world. The weather is bizarre with heavy showers mixed ...
We had great fun staying in a bed and breakfast in St Helier in a comfortable family room. Our host, John not only cooked a mean Full English Breakfast but also did quite a comedy routine of banter with his guests. One table in particular of a family , who came to the same b and b for years were the butt of a lot of jokes. John even presented, with the ring of a hand bell. the weather report.
Saturday was another lovely day, exploring St ...
... labour (either locals or Russian slave workers). The experience was amazing and thought provoking. Britain abandoned Jersey to Nazi occupation as it wasn't of strategic value. Not too sure I'd have been so forgiving as the people of Jersey were as they welcomed the British back at the end of the war. It was such an excellent presentation of the history of the time and captured our full attention for ...
... I got was start in Brisbane, travel around and work.
I met a Sark local, Morgan Guille, one night who was over for the summer and had been travelling around the world, and was currently living in Perth. Everything he told me just made me more eager to go. I told my family about the idea and they thought it would be great too, although I had chosen the country that was the furthest away from where they lived.
That summer ...
... sup> Century. The Carnival in St Maarten is just so totally different. Costumes being made as skimpily as possible showing masses of nubile flesh; the dancers gyrating as sexily as they can; to deafening Caribbean music you can hear coming at least four hundred yards away; with everyone knowing it’s here and it’s now!; as they parade down the narrow main street in Philipsburg the Dutch Capital.
So now on to Jersey. I think everyone has heard of the Battle of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking