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Travel Blogs from St. Helier
... be the greatest part of my life as well as my family. They are such a great bunch and even though I'm the only guy i dont see it as a burdon. we have had our ups and downs but everyone brings something different to the group. I wouldnt trade them for the world.
Anyways , will update with pics and news of London trip when I get back on Saturday.
early night needed
Jersey is one of those places we hadthought about for years, and somehow never got to, and then last year they started doing direct flights from Glasgow, so we thought, why not? And loved it. Super (and deserted) beaches, miles of walking trails, loads to do, bit of history with whole Occupation thing,great food (which may be due to all those millionaires), safe, clean (maybe them again)-whatever ...
... to be the equivalent of a Autobarn - if it wasn't something to do with polishing or cleaning they did not have it - what a crock. Bloke suggested another place abut one km away -walked over there nothing doing bought a chamois to wipe the car in the morning - no washer! Bloke said try Lucas they have everything another 20 minute walk - waste of time. Bloke said try ...
... hardware store just quirky little shops with all the touristy rubbish. - lunch at the market, dinner at Sumas in Gorey. Little disappointing. Food was good but it used be quite an elegant restaurant and last night it was overrun by kids - well behaved, but still noisy. Jersey terribly insular would get cabin fever here v. quickly. Tomorrow the ferry and ...
Early morning walk at 05:30. Streets littered with paper and polystyrene food wrappings. Street cleaners out so that all neat and tidy before tourists wake up and start chucking stuff around again. Quite off putting. Laundry in, so in search of breakfast - eventually found some awful coffee and a muffin of dubious origin. Rain dampened the day, but we drove to Gorey in mid ...
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