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Travel Blogs from St. Gallen
... and I was able to open the big umbrella thing, and make a makeshift bed out of a couple of chairs... didn't get any sleep though... Would have been nice if I'd had my book, but I did have my phone, so I played games all night, only interrupted by Derya calling to check on me every hour.
When a worker finally came by to open for breakfast, I ran in, had a shower, went down for breakky and then crashed.. Slept prettty much the whole day, only ...
... was easy!
Second exercise: flooding and emptying the mask. That was easy!
Third exercise: floating. That was easy!
so actually I started to like diving. The exercises went well and I enjoyed being in the water.
We got to go for a little dive to. But I must admit... Nothing like Bali and it's Nemo fish and sharks and turtles. Turbit water with little plants and small brownish fish that disappear the second you start observing them.
Having looked at the distance to The Black Forest on the map and taking account of our previous mileages, we've decided that:
50mph is a relaxing speed to travel at (and limited to that in Germany anyway although a friendly German camper tells us that we should now meet the 100% car/caravan ratio. This means we should be able to get the 100 kph test certificate to travel at 60 on motorways?)
100 miles is a very easy day.
150 miles is a sensible distance to travel (3 ...
... needs to be forthcoming too. He's limited to golden 10s or less, given the invariable prompt disappearance of said Jimmy Money. Maybe some huge stash of copper will rattle out of some mouldy crevice under his seat as we get back to Amsterdam. I think Jimmy is oblivious to the strangeness of his life. He knows his corner of the tent, a playground is a playground, he loves climbing into Harry Charrie, he loves climbing out just as much, he sleeps oblivious to ...
... shifty look. So...to Croatia it is, via switzerland... and Italy. Trip update. We spent a wonderful few weeks around Normandy, discovering yet more war history including a moving visit to Tom's grandfathers grave. Merthyn Roose sailed over from the UK to liberate France just 3 weeks after his second child was born (Toms mum was 3 years old). He died in battle aged 24 and is buried in a war cemetery in Ranville, Normandy. There has ...