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Rough night trying to sleep with a stuffed up and running nose. Even Tiger Balm could not help me through it. Anyhow, we celebrated Canada a day late and have crepes with maple syrup from Québec - yum. Our place had a pitanque pitch so we borrowed some boules and had a rousing game. We need to get some practice in before we get to Lyon. We opted not to drink warm beer and smoke during our game today but those elements can be ...
We went and saw a children's book illustration competition today at the local arts center. Artists needed to create a cover and a second page giving a taste of what the story would be about. It is interesting to see how people create things all with the same set of guidelines. Our first stop was our friend Betico - the ferry company who cancelled our boat and said we had to come in to get a refund. Christine spent the next hour championing customers rights and having one family ...
We woke around seven, MDW had a restless night. We looked outside to see we were not moving. Met Sylvia for sit down breakfast during which time the boat was fully anchored. We asked Katalin (our favourite waitress) if it was worth getting off. She didn't think so unless you wanted to go swimming or snorkelling so we have planned a quiet day on the lido deck. The Lido deck is an adults only area and today very quiet. We got a corner ...
... once again. This completed my cruise experience and I felt like another person after stepping back onboard the ship!
I spent the last day onboard the ship before we disembarked in the harbour of Sydney.
This was one of the most memorable holidays of my entire life and I was thankful for what I have witnessed and ...
... with his camera slung on his shoulders.
``Sure, why not,`` he replied.
Together we walked toward the makeshift
hut, and he politely asked if it was alright to walk inside and step
on the mats.
``Monsieur, Le Capitaine, foto
sil-vous-plait,`` I asked while pointing to our Capt. Jonathan
Papa gave me a quizzical look, as if to
say, ``Are you kidding us. He is just one of ...