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... the German Occupation. I mentioned when writing about Guernsey that the German Occupation and the Liberation are always remembered, and this is also true of Jersey, and presumably the other islands. A short film at the Occupation Tapestry exhibit told how they have decided to keep the events of 1940-1945 "alive" and to teach young people about them, rather than let them be forgotten. Fortunately I am always interested in WW II (and WW I for ...
... the years, including a 7-year occupation by the French, a 9-year sojourn by the Bailiff of Guernsey in the English Civil War, when he decided to side with the Royalists when the rest of Guernsey was for the Parliamentarians. And then the Germans moved in in 1940. The castle houses 5 museums, and after a tour round the outside, I went into the museum devoted to the 201 Squadron RAF, Guernsey's Own Squadron. RAF squadron 201 was officially affiliated ...
An over night sail and we arrived in Guernsey early morning so we had plenty of time to wander round this lovely town. A great place and felt just like Cornwall. Had to spend 3-4 hours having brunch as we needed to download charts before heading off again for the UK so brunch turned into afternoon beers. Feeling very bold ...
... quick enough with the camera. Most you see are 4 or 5 digits. I can still remember our plate 13304, on a little red mini which we could fit 7 or 8 people in and mums 15 beach bags with any thing you could possibly need for 'just in case' and a wind break for a full day with sandy egg sandwiches at the beach.
So all in all its been a full on week with little time to rest, burning the candle at both ends!
... exploring the many lane ways and old stone stairways! It is so steep here.
Later on we went to visit Amy and see her flat. It is in an amazing location right on the waterfront opposite Castle Cornet and the harbour. We met Andrew too. I can remember him as a little boy and being good friends with my brother Jamie, we had lots of fun times all together.
We are really enjoying the time here and trying to fit in some relaxing ...