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Add to this experience the number of train attendants I’ve bugged for info in the last two days and I have nothing but praise for the English people.
Anyway, Deal is definitely a city I would love to visit again. Not only were the people great but it was a beautiful seaport town (pic 1, pic 2) but the castle was absolutely adorable (pic 3, pic 4). I know that’s not a word you expect to hear with regard to a castle but it also wasn’t a ...
... featured a lovely walk with Teddy in the local park. He has boundless energy and insisted Geoff throw the stick, which he did at least 50 times! Dinner was at an excellent seafood restaurant on the Dover waterfront.
On our final day, John ran us over to Sandwich, a lovely little seaside town full of half timber buildings and close to the estate of the Earl of Sandwich, who's predecessor actually did invent the sandwich!
Despite the best efforts of the ...
... in Cape Horn earlier this year, we've now reached our furthest points in both hemispheres). Mid summer at this latitude means extended daylight hours with sunset at midnight and sunrise around 2.30am. Thank goodness for block-out curtains in the cabin!
Iceland - Akureyri
Nestled at the end of the Eyja Fjord on the central North Coast of the island, Akureyri is the fourth largest city in Iceland with a population of almost 18,000. ...
... the European leg of this rather enjoyable adventure. Naturally,... ...
... with choirs, bands, bishops, priests and nuns, followed by hundreds of people. We followed them to the historic old main square, the Hauptmarkt, where an altar had been set up for a short service.
As this ended a deafening clamour broke out as every bell in Trier rang while the procession moved on into the Cathedral. It was Corpus Christi, which is a Bank Holiday in this ...