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... the abattoir. I did a little shopping at Marks and Spencer for Hotelier Chocolat.
We boarded the Petite Train for a little journey around St Aubins Bay and another narrated tour. Everything we didn't learn about Jersey yesterday, we learned today.
St Aubins is a beautiful and lively beach town, and we will have to come back someday to explore it further.
Tomorrow is the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and there will be a huge airshow ...
... the Germans during their occupation 1940-1945.
After lunch we were taken to a tourist place called the Living Legend, which is a multimedia program about Jersey's history. It was all right, though really touristy. Also here is the miniature golf course that we played with the whole bunch of Goodwins when we came in 2007. (that's when I discovered that they cheat like mad!)
Next it was a drive back to the coast on ...
... is simple and beautiful. The church is getting ready to celebrate 200 years.
On Monday’s they are open for senior citizens to have free coffee, sandwiches, sweets, so Barbara settled in there for a rest while Paul and I mooched around the central area.
We ended up in Liberation Square, which has been renamed since we were here last, and there is a new statue celebrating the liberation of Jersey after 5 yrs ...
... 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 ...
... a few comments. Guernsey, while part of the United Kingdom, is an independent sort of place and even has its own 'pound' which isn’t accepted anywhere else. It is famous as the source of Guernsey cows, one of the world’s best milk cows, and also for being the only part of Britain that was occupied by the Nazis during WWII. It is a very picturesque place with flowers everywhere and pretty houses and buildings. This was made even ...