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Today Queen Elizabeth becomes the longest serving monarch, passing the record set by her Great Great Grandma, Victoria. Its kind of a big deal here.
And today Barbara turns 91. It is also a very big deal.
We celebrated Barbara's birthday, by going back to Gorey, her favorite village in Jersey. Elaine gave us a lift to the St Helier bus station, and we caught a bus for the 30 minute ride along the south coast to Gorey. With these small ...
... as queen and as their Duke of Normandy.
We didn't stop at the castle, but that was OK since we had spent a day in the castle when we were here last, and it is a LOT of steps.
We went past Rozel Bay and along the north shore through some pretty little villages and agricultural land. We saw a lot of Jersey cows
Our tour guide used to be a teacher, and he loves the subject of Jersey so he talked for the entire ...
Dang, it sure seemed like a short night. By the time we got packed and settled down last night, it was well past midnight, and it was a couple of hours before I could fall asleep. When Barbara woke us up this morning at 5:45 we were like zombies. But we got some coffee down us and were ready for Stuart the Taxi Driver to pick us up at 7:00.
Our flight to Jersey on Flybe was short and sweet, with a 40 minute flight ...
... While in the Candie Gardens we bumped into Peter Sandery and Clare Woods. Back to the tender boat docked at Albert Pier. Back to our ship at 11am and then lunch on deck. The view leaving Guernsey was much like St Malo. Very beautiful. During lunch an announcement was made that we had to gather in the Majestic Lounge at 1.30pm. 1.30pm In walks the Captain (Ioannis Papangelis, from Athens) and 2 of his officials and 2 Hansa ...
... town. The homes and buildings throughout the town are largely built of stone. I walked away from the city center and up some steep hills and saw more buildings and churches made from stone. After a couple of hours of that, I headed back into town where I bought a meat and potato pasty, the highlight of my time in Guernsey. Sadly, I forgot to photograph it.
With that, we were off to Ireland and sunshine, at least for a day. As usual, there is more to ...