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And OFF we go again!!
It was a much more easier Goodbye to everyone on the UK this time, knowing it wouldn't be so long till we were back.
Got down to Calais the night before to make for an easy passage the next day on the Ferry which was very quiet and non-eventful.
We didn't head too far on our first night, it was quite late and driving on ...
... we catch the car ferry across the channel from Calais to Dover,.. then the work to clean and ...
... get to see, and I've loved every minute of it, it's slightly depressing to think that the adventure is over, but it's not really it's just starting.
Next adventure is in Cyprus for the wedding and it's going to be a very busy time for us as we still have to sort out wedding papers, outfits, bridesmaid dresses, flowers etc.
I'll come back and tell you about the wedding.
... and the posted on Facebook before proceeding to salsas spiritual home the Louis Vuitton shop , yeah ! Luckily we escaped without a purchase, before spending an hour looking for lunch in a place with an English menu, eventually we stopped at a Chinese place were salisa took care of things, I had chicken and rice surprisingly nice and salisa had sushi. After some more shopping we headed back to the hotel to collect ...
... Christo, but his son. Oh well, maybe he will pass on the message for me.
I was about to head over to the dead painters section when an employee came around wringing an awfully loud bell and saying that it was closing time at the cemetery. The dead needed their sleep after all and once more Paris denied me the chance to connect to the art world.
After a hurried dinner I jumped on the Metro to the centre of the city to check out Notre ...