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... Every day there are all kinds
of events for our guests for example Miss & Mister, Musicfestivals, theme
evenings with animation, music and refreshments for example "Ostatni
PGR", "Świat według Nadmorskich Górali", "Wesele" etc.
, the campfire with sausage, discos and many others. Additional attractions
include art classes, integration classes for children and integration evenings
... by trying to kill each other. None of this made me nervous as I remember it well! Lucy still gets shocked by boy behaviour apparently... A quick search in the nearby shops and we stocked up for tomorrow's dinner and found some pesto for today. I also spent 30 minutes in the T-Mobile shop liaising between BNP and T-Mobile to get my phone unlocked after the kids entered the wrong password 3 times. Fun. In the car, the boys had another ice-cream and admired ...
It was a glorious morning. Bright, warm, still. Lovely. We celebrated by having a bacon & egg breakfast then I wrestled with the folding bikes, extricating them from out of the starboard cabin where they live most of the time (ie when we don't have guests) and getting them onto the pontoon and ready for use. The purpose of this endeavour was to facilitate our exploration of the Slowinski National Park. The Park was about 2 miles away and it extends ...
We decided that we would spend the weekend here in Łeba, which meant that we could have a lie in. Sadly, I was awake by 06:00 (my usual time or earlier when I'm on the boat) and even more sadly, I decided that as I was awake, so should Julie be and it would make sense to grab the one washing machine before the crowds got going, so the bed was stripped and the sheets put in to wash. In fact, by 10:00 ...
It was an early start. We had the engine on at 04:15, it was light enough to see by but we still needed the boat's steering lights on for safety’s sake. There was virtually no breeze so we resigned ourselves to a long day under engine, unless things improved.
The air was chill but the sky was perfectly clear and blue. What wind there was was blowing from the NW so the cockpit was quite sheltered and indeed, by lunch time, it became quite hot ...