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Day 1 Jersey, Channel Islands We arrive in Jersey to an island that has an interesting history of invasion from the Vikings, French and English. Today street signs are in both French and English and many of the locals speak both languages. Jersey is home to Mark's maternal ancestors for some 500 years. We do a bit of digging around and come across the AMY surname in an old menswear shop that is named Amy & Son established 1880. Whilst a rare surname ...
... it was so cold.
Paul and Tom took in a local rugby match between the local Jersey team and Mosley. I went for a walk heading for the coast. Though I had map in hand, I asked directions from locals. I asked one young mum with a pushchair and walked along with her. She asked me what I was doing and I told her about our holiday and the significance of Jersey to Paul. I told her our name and guess what? She turned out to be a Rive herself. Zoe ...
Such a great feeling going on holiday with Tom. Stunning weather to begin our journey to Gatwick. Having Tom as our guide relieves all the stress that can come with travel.
Such a short flight, only 35 mins to Jersey, The aircraft flew at a low level, so we got really impressive views of Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight and then before we knew it, Jersey. Jersey is very beautiful, though small ...
... who had been living and working in the UK for almost 6 years. His visa was due to run out on the 29th of August and I had to enter Australia before the 9th of September before my visa expired. This worked out pretty well, so we decided we'd both go to Autralia together, although I had a year working visa and he only had a 3 month tourist visa. When august came, I told my family id booked my flights, the only comment I got ...
... sup> Century. The Carnival in St Maarten is just so totally different. Costumes being made as skimpily as possible showing masses of nubile flesh; the dancers gyrating as sexily as they can; to deafening Caribbean music you can hear coming at least four hundred yards away; with everyone knowing it’s here and it’s now!; as they parade down the narrow main street in Philipsburg the Dutch Capital.
So now on to Jersey. I think everyone has heard of the Battle of ...
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