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... if you are not interested, then probably visiting the Channel Islands isn't for you.
Saturday afternoon, being rather tired of walking, I took a short open-top bus tour to the west of the Island to admire the scenery (and more German fortifications!) Then took in the Town Church (of course); this is referred to as the Town Church, as in St. Peter Port, and is dedicated to St. Helier, a 6th century hermit. Fortunately by this time I ...
... the Loophole Towers, built between 1778 and 1779, to defend the Island against a threatened French invasion, when France sided with the Americans, against the British in the American War of Independence. 15 of these towers were built around the Guernsey coast and some are still accessible, including this one, # 11 at Rousse.
Thursday, it rained in the morning. In the afternoon, it cleared up and I went out to the German Occupation Museum. This is ...
... off to have a haircut - it will be fresh tomorrow . A sleepless night as we are rated up and have 2 boats outside us who insist on going for late showers and early showers! As we have a day to spare we hire a car and decide to explore the whole island on Thursday. Well worth it but could not even use half a tank of ...
... and see who gets the furthest! At 10 was fire works. We walked down to get amongst it.
Guernsey is one of the only places in the world where the number plates don't have any letters, only numbers and they start from 1, which is the Governor. It was funny the other morning walking to town, Sophie said she wanted to get a picture of a cool plate, just as she said it a big black BMW plate 3 drove by! She ...
... while here in Guernsey.
The weather was lovely today, not too hot and not windy! It's a lot like Tassie here and can be very windy and unpredictable.
It's been nice to meet up with people we know. We had lunch with Eddies parents Ted and Jan. They live in Jersey and came over on the local ferry the Condor which is built in Tasmania!
We had lunch in Candie Garens in an old glass rotunda.
We walked around the ...