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... meat. left early and enjoyed an empty canal all day. We arrived at the second tunnel at 1130 ready to get a few more miles under the belt but we had to wait till 3:30 to get towed throughh the tunne by the electric tugl. So lunch and a nap was in order. The tunnel is very long around 7 km and was built around 1780 when Australia hadnt even buit a brick dunny yet. It was completed by Napoleon. It was amazing to look at the hand hewn stone that was 3 m deep and 5 m ...
... rocked when she got up to play. She did a few songs with the crowd asking for more. But the bar had to close. the barman said she was welcome back anytime and we got asked to the bands afterparty. At this point i put on the skippers hat. we had to get going early and as it was after midnight already we had to get a wriggle on. We left ...
Chauny....ahh what can I say about Chauny. Actualy not a lot as i have barely stepped ashore. i just parked red in the marina. Put the laundry on and organised the net. ut so far it has been awesome. we yachties being simple creatures find things like electricty, water, showers and laundry exciting. Having the net here just makes it feel like the promised land. today started slow. i got up at the sparrows **** ready to tackle the canals but as red was -2c it was a little icy. ...
We are off, again. Slowly. This morning after taking on some fresh water in the lock we have spent the last few days at, we were joined by a stink boat with the skipper on top looking like the old man of the sea. . Beard and all. But apparently he would be better sailing a square rigger as he was pretty lousy at driving the stink boat. That slowed us up a lot as we had to share the locks. So at each lock we waited for them to catch up, ...
... chatted away to us about his cousin and his school friend in Melbourne, his move to France from Sicily 32 years before, a run down on French and Italian food, insisting we have a sangria to start, on the house, and after our meal offering us a glass of his best cognac. This was also after a pichet of rose with the meal. Elio had tried to be moderate in his glasses of wine but we were glad the gendarmes didn’t pull us over that afternoon.
Saint Quentin was to be ...
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