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... our ferry! Drive past the illegal immigrants camp it was huge with plastic makeshifts tents everywhere, a bit like Glastonbury!, alongside the triple razor wired topped fences. When we got to the port, contrary to all the hype it wasn't like World War Z! Arrived nice n early 2 hrs before we were due and the lovely young man asked us if we would like an earlier ferry :-) the lady at border control asked where ...
I found the local museum and information centre, The museum was small and nicely all about the local finds and bequeaths. There are lots of Roman and Anglo-Saxon finds around Kent, and it's nice to see them in a local context. The Kentish Regiment gets a room as well to display their old uniforms, medals and citations.
There is also an excellent exhibition on women's fashion over the last 150 years that some ...
While we were there we were able to go to a wedding and a baptism. The wedding was like a traditional English wedding, except for the beaded jewellery and the Masai blankets everyone wore, but the ceremony was very similar. The baptism was the same, although we were amazed by the presents the family got for the baby - they must have got at least £1000 worth!
Although there were good moments, the Masai certainly wasn't our highlight. The culture is very sexist, and ...
... a Guatemalan girl, married to an Englishman and doing her teaching training in London and me. Yummy lunch supplied as everything is closed. I caught a train to Hither Green, walked to Lewisham (further than I remembered) and did some shopping at Marks and Spencer also looked at the Lewisham markets. Kim picked me up (they had been to a child's birthday party and to visit Kim's Mum) and we went to Greenwich for dinner at Sol, a ...
... organised tours for Thailand, Cambodia
Laos, Vietnam and then China before taking the Tans-Siberian train
through China, Mongolia, Russia ending at St Petersburg where we
decide if we have had enough for a while or carry on through Europe.
Our first port of call however will be a family Christmas in deepest
Derbyshire, stay ...
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