H TOP Olympic
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We had a nice 2nd Christmas Day with a walk down to the Port, lunch and canasta in an Irish pub. Susie and Hylton did the walk to the port later and finished off with a cable car trip....Hylton not so keen ( fear of heights) on the cable car tried to recruit me but I was part way through canasta and about 30 mins walk away... Later in the evening we watched the 4 Kings Christmas Parade with about 5000 other people! But it was good. Then we had Mexican for ...
... first king were guys dressed in shimmering pale blue gowns with blue and white turbans; their king was in dark blue with a fur trim....I feel like I am describing a fashion parade! He was followed by more guys similarly dressed but in red followed by their king....yes, you've guessed, in a dark red gown. The kids' favourite king is clearly the black king, Caspar with his black helpers....apparently the organisers used to shoe polish white guys ...
One of the main reasons we came to Barcelona was to see the modernista architecture of Gaudi - and we weren't disappointed by it. Travelling to the Sagrada Familia cathedral by Metro means that you come up the stairs, turn around and there it is, rising up like a fantastical tower from another dimension ('Hell Boy' has been playing on high rotation on the only English language TV station, and immediately comes to mind). The second reminder ...
... Zambezi by floating a couple of hundred metres on your back and letting the river do its thing. Pics and footage of this will make its way onto the doco, movie, series (not sure what it will be yet!) at a later date so watch that space! We finished off our time in Victoria Falls with some interactive drumming and a visit to The Boma restaurant ("A place for eating"). Here we tried warthog (ridiculously good), kudu stew, mopani worm, eland meatballs and impala to name but a ...
... the conclusion of the show we decided to call it a night as tomorrow we would be docking at Marseille and we had decided to go ashore and find our own way around rather than do one of the organised tours. The ship looks great, met some friendly people, food is good and no more packing or unpacking for 12 days. We don't even have to worry about what day it is because the floor mat in the elevator tells us. How could life get any ...