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... I spent most of the day looking for a French flag and none of the shops had one. It began to rain and I didn't have a cost. I really should've learnt by now. It was really warm and humid in Cherbourg. The toilets were very confusing. I took lots of pictures. I also bought some postcards and wrote them I French. As I spoke lots of French to the people there, I bagged ourselves some freebies yay! We sailed around 6pm as ...
... ride home which passed off without incident, although Les had a bit of a panic when he was very low on fuel and the '24 hour' petrol station we were aiming for on the A34 was closed!
On the M1 at junction 25, I waved farewell to Gilly and Les and peeled off towards Nottingham arriving home at 3.30am and ending the trip.
Miles today - 300
Total mileage for the trip - 3538
... in Spain !! Obviously a deal was done because he was paraded along the wharf in front of the ship and put onto the Pilot boat from which he boarded once we were underway. How excitement !!
A late lunch was had in the buffet but because everyone was returning to the ship at the same time, it was an absolute bunrush to find a table. We did three circuits of the dining room before Pete finally snagged a couple of ...
... the sole decision maker, decide how, where, when, and what you are going to do. Even if it means sitting next to a large person on a cramped bus, you are in control. Life has fleeting moments that only you can take them by the horns. I get to discover and learn at my own pace and leisurely enjoy everything. I know there will be moments in the next 6 weeks where I will be desperate for an American voice to hear but That is just another opportunity to make new friends. ...
... industrial, admittedly, but having had the most impressively loaded pizzas we'd ever seen (yes, I know, couldn't be less French, but the French aren't great for veggies) and a stroll around the town in the sun it seems a lot more charming than it did last time.
Tomorrow we're heading for Jersey, which will be a rather more challenging sail (and another early start), so we're keeping our fingers crossed for more stable weather.
À bientôt for now!