Premier Inn Dover - A20
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With a funeral to prepare for it is time to head back to Switzerland and sadly to say goodbye to our English family. Thanks for their hospitality in a small house with a small child. Phoebe is awesome.
I had made arrangements to meet up with an old friend of mine from Varsity days. Ian Deeks and I haven't seen each other for about 25 years and we met up at a pub to the South West of London. We shared a few ...
... through the clouds but could see nothing of the snow capped distant mountain range.
Our spirits were not dampened, however, and we set off to explore pretty little Skjolden and its surrounds. With little else to see in the village other than a cluster of buildings and farm houses, we set off on a hike up the hill in the intermittent rain, stopping for panoramic photo opportunities through the forest as we progressed. Lovely views across ...
... who we are currently staying with in London.
The ferry trip went very smooth and we had a nice time admiring the view, watching the White Cliffs of Dover approaching and seeing France fade away into the haze. The ferries they use for the crossing are huge and carry not only foot passengers, but cars, buses and semi-trailers with at least three floors of parking. Inside, they are set out with duty free shopping, lounges, game rooms, and restaurants, ...
... It was also the command post for 'Operation Dynamo' - the rescue of over 300,000 allied soldiers from Dunkirk in May 1940. We took a very good interactive tour of the tunnels, which included an audio-visual recreation of the events leading up to the rescue, with video projected straight on to the walls of the rocky passageways. It was quite eerie, and gave us a good sense of how it must have been for those who worked there, and we were again left ...
... many knew her personally. Susan was raising money for Rainbows for her Channel solo swim and trained so hard.
We extend our sympathy and thoughts to her family and friends at this very sad time. We have been asked by the family not to comment further. We will respect their wishes. Such a tragic loss under valiant circumstances.