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... time to write the blog before the ship departed and made its way down the Tagus towards the Atlantic and the promise of a 2 metre swell which is likely to cause some pitching of the ship. The captain has promised that the Bay of Biscay is like a mill-pond, but that remains to be seen. This is likely to be the last blog until our return home, but we do not know as yet, whether the satellite. connection will ...
... there we first had lunch in the "mess" then proceeded to the first huge gallery. This huge space contained planes of all ages shapes and sizes some on the ground and others suspended from the roof. On a mezzanine were interactive displays about flight and its history. There was good signage so it wasn't hard to identify the planes. Amongst the many planes was a Harrier, a spitfire, a Jaguar, a Lightning, a Vulcan bomber and a Concorde. You could go in this one ...
... tomorrow! Mom and Dad also said that we could all get a souvenir! (Thanks again!) We all got something: Jeremy got a small replica of Big Ben that doubles as a clock; I got a comfy, warm London, England jacket; Eric got a cool fake hair hat and an English alarm clock; Katie got a plush dog that had a cape; and Nathan got a small replica of Westminster Abbey. We got home early today, which is a really good thing. Most of you probably ...
... now, and that the extra cleats are going on as we speak. They still haven't managed to produce a schedule though. We mentioned this to the Commercial Director and the Managing Director. We are now promised one by Jan 23rd.
The evening was spent at the Broom Owners Club drinks on the Broom's stand - lots of tomatoes. Then a really nice dinner on the Yacht Hotel. What a lovely place to ...
... minds blown by the beauty of the College we wandered down to the township in search of the Greenwich Market. We were waylaid in the form of a pie and mash shop that took our fancy on the cold, choppy day. We then ventured up to the Observatory that is famous for founding the Meridian Line which has 0 degrees longitude meaning that you could stand over the line and be in both the West and East Hemispheres! Up there we ran into young Matthew of ...
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