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... a voucher for $50 to spend on board. All compliments of Colin from ROyal Caribbean, who knows Lianne:). This holiday was shaping up brilliantly. Casual night in the restaurant so did not meet my table companions that night. After dinner had a stroll around the ship and ended up in the karaoke bar, where after a few delicious cocktails decided to treat them all to a wee song and belted out the only one I know all the way through, Blanket on the Ground. Note to self, really must ...
There's nothing more to do. For some reason the preparation for this trip has been very stressful. We couldn't decide which bikes to take, either the Orange P7's or the Rob Mathers, eventually deciding on the P7s. Various health problems added another complication. However, all is now sorted, bikes packed, panniers checked out and documents all in order. Most importantly, our wee dog Beano is also ...
... England, affectionately referred to as Longshanks. By all accounts Edward was a fairly just ruler, until his wife died prematurely and he replaced his lust for her with a lust for power. When the Scottish king died without a clear male heir, Edwards offered to judge the matter of the Scottish succession. Through an extremely complex process of deaths, rebellions, illegally posting English troops in Scotland and other nasty deeds ...
... s wedding.
Moira the Minister did a fantastic job of making the service fun, fast, and entertaining. Jennifer (the bride) looked stunning, and all the men in kilts looked very handsome. Soon the newly declared husband and wife were off for pictures, looking beautifully happy and relived that the hard part was over.
Dinner, drinks, speeches and dancing ensued, making for a fantastic party. It was great ...
... the details for tomorrow and did a bit of shopping too! Weather is fantastic and looks like continuing for tomorrow which is good. Walked down to the beach and had a look around. The locals were out in force grabbing the opportunity to get some sun as apparently the weather is not always this good! Also saw a 12th century church (ruins) where apparently several Knights Templar, amongst others, are ...
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