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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Khai's enjoying driving around Jersey in our Hire car (the locals say the H on the number plate stands for horror, not hire) - a little Ford Fiesta. Compared to driving in Singapore, this is a real treat. Although morning rush hour is v bad - people are so polite and let each other go. How refreshing! He's also enjoying bacon butties at the harbour every morning. Michelle is ...
Best landing into Jersey ever!! So smooth, although I lost my packet of dried fruit as it flew to the front of the plane and neither of us could catch it in time. Also, a little delay in Gatwick due to fog, but nothing to worry about. Celebrated mum and dad's Golden 50th wedding anniversary at the Atlantic Hotel. Visited the Horticultural show in Trinity where Khai had his 5 minutes of fame, ...
A casual start to the day drove into the port and wandered around the shops and pick up some supplies for lunch and dinner, the girls went for a stroll in the afternoon and I stayed at the house and kept an eye on the kids.
Knocked up up a lasagne ...
... to indulge and it was great, a welcome change from croissants and crepes for breakfast.
Ferry trip was three hours with a stop over at Jersey thrown in for free. Reasonably comfortable ride a bit of rocking and rolling, certainly been through worse on the Rottnest ferry. Arrived in Guerrnsey at 10.00am with the one hour time difference. Michelle and Jacqueline picked us up and off to ...
... and off to a clifftop lookout for a picnic lunch all the time following Liz along narrow, twisting roads. After a quick stop at a tiny chapel decorated with pottery pieces, many donated by Delft, and before we checked into our lovely hotel La Roquette, the group split into two and visited Victor Hugo's house, built over 6 levels, complete with a balcony and a view over the garden. This house was where he lived for 15 years after his exile from France and wrote ...