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Travel Blogs from St Peter Port
Flight of fancy
As we swoop down to land our plane narrowly misses the new terminal building. With rapid reflexes the captain instructs the cabin crew to deploy the duty free trolley and issue the passengers with a complimentary drink and snack. Of course I have a dry martini with a black olive and a small bag of pretzels... The next thing I …
Our first port of call was the island of Guernsey, just a bit north of France. While technically a part of the United Kingdom, the island certainly had a French feel to it (signs, food, etc). This was a tender port, which means that the ship can't pull right up to a dock but must anchor offshore a bit and the passengers use smaller boats to get from the Ruby Princess to shore. After disembarking our tender, we strolled around the ...
... we arrived it was very busy and noisy, but after 3 or 4 coaches left it was peaceful again. There was a big display of photo's with eyewitnesses giving an account of what it was like to be there. These accounts had been gathered over a period of 20 years and included some from German soldiers and French civilians.
... To cut a long story short, especially as this post is basically to say I have arrived safely, the spinnaker came down and came down dry, bit of a result really!
I will have to go now will add more when time allows, got to victual up before the shops shut.
I will add some photos later, adios or should I say adieu. Or even bye for now.
Final words locked into basin verban in St Malo at 2145 last night so the journeytook me 18 hours, I slept well last ...
... br> St. Petersport.
does NOT belong the shipping area. Would you please change it to any other address near the town or city.