Fermain Valley Hotel
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... mind walking, as I got lost going back to my hotel and probably walked twice as far as I needed to. St. Helier may be flat, unlike St. Peter Port, but you can still walk a fair distance to get anywhere.
Sunday, I took an "all day tour" by bus, around the island. This was informative and I saw places I wouldn't otherwise see, though a couple were repeats of yesterday's afternoon tour. The major complaint I have about this tour is that we ...
... in 1939. The museum described the history of the squadron and described all the various aircraft they flew - I won't bore you with the details!!!
At noon everyday they re-enact firing the noon-day gun, or cannon, when two "red-coated soldiers" march to the gun and fire it -electronically now, but it still makes a big bang and lots of smoke, that impress most of the tourists!
In the afternoon, I went out to the northern end of the Island to ...
... off to have a haircut - it will be fresh tomorrow . A sleepless night as we are rated up and have 2 boats outside us who insist on going for late showers and early showers! As we have a day to spare we hire a car and decide to explore the whole island on Thursday. Well worth it but could not even use half a tank of ...
... quick enough with the camera. Most you see are 4 or 5 digits. I can still remember our plate 13304, on a little red mini which we could fit 7 or 8 people in and mums 15 beach bags with any thing you could possibly need for 'just in case' and a wind break for a full day with sandy egg sandwiches at the beach.
So all in all its been a full on week with little time to rest, burning the candle at both ends!
... Castle Cornet (pictured before) dates back 800 years. When we lived here I remember mum and dad taking us to visit the Castles and Jamie and I would run up and down the pitch black secret tunnels, shoulder width wide!
French writer Victor Hugo was a resident here in exile from Paris for 14 years, he left in 1870 and his house is still here as he left it and you can visit it. We hope to fit that in one day! He wrote ...