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Awoke to a beautiful rainbow as I looked out of the kitchen window. Relieved that there was no bad weather to cause delays, a quick check to make sure I had vital things - money, chargers, passport, cake for Greg, crisps for Daniella - and it was off to the airport. ...
... aluminum mesh designed to leave an impression one could use as a grid for a mole map!
The ferry was much like any other ferry, quite full for the one hour forty minute trip. Initially things went well, pleasant views and quite comfortable, we enjoyed a toasted sandwich and coffee and read. About thirty minutes from our destination, the roll of the ferry won out and Henry had to retreat to lay a trail of burley for ...
After a steamed up bus ride we arrived in Gorey to be rained on and be blown about. We took refuge in a local sea front cafe for numerous coffees and plenty of useful conversation. We walked up to the castle, but didn't go in as it was too windy and wet.
back down on the harbour front we decide on a fish lunch, after Mac dried his hair under the loo hand dryer! The sun came out and the wind dropped so a we went for a ...
... feathers. Apparently this is to eat single cell plants and molluscs. There were a flock of Red breasted Geese on the lawn, very brightly coloured and tame.
Near the Manor House there was an exhibition about Gerald Durrell and the setting up of the Trust.
To finish off we had out tenner feast meal at Casa Mia, muscles and lobster linguini - very nice with the red wine.
... more were affected, things fell down in the shop and take away bar and about forty cars were tossed around in the hold and were badly damaged! When we landed on Guernsey we were blown away by the pretty visual picture of St Peter Port, the main town of the island. We were also surprised to find that Guernsey is not a rural island full of fat cows chewing the cud and just a few cottages here and there, oh no, it is almost like the suburbs of a large city, inhabited by ...