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... It wasn't too hard and I was one of the only people waiting at the gate for a while. I got my wifi to work and snacked on some weird sesame crackers that I had saved from breakfast-those helped a LOT.
The flight from Copenhagen to Manchester was delayed a bit because the plane needed a refill on hydraulic fuel. When the pilot was announcing this the first thing he said was "we have a problem" i don't know about you, but that's definitely NOT the first thing you say ...
... Matt and I tried out the Irish Coffees....v. good.
Marni and Brody were in good form today. There was an elderly couple sitting behind us waiting to be picked up by their driver who was stuck in the snow. Marni and Brody entertained them for most of our lunch. It was very cute and it definitely made the couples wait more enjoyable.
After our lazy lunch we walked back and the kids walked back along the wall again.
... a long, hot shower and washed my hair. It took quite a lot of conditioner to detangle the back-combing from my up-do last night. Eventually I had it all nice and smooth, and finished by blowdrying and using my straighteners.
The day passes surprisingly quickly when you’re not doing anything in particular, and at 4.15pm we went along to the Neptune Lounge to listen to a classical piano recital Maiko Mori, a Japanese pianist who we had seen on the ...
... s and three glasses of free ‘champagne’. However, since we’re travelling all-inclusive, it’s all gratis, so the thrill of getting a freebie isn’t quite the same.
Then it was off to dinner, where once again we ate a sumptuous meal and I enjoyed a glass of chilled Lanson’s champagne, to celebrate our 100,000 nautical miles.
After dinner we had a wait of about an hour before the Neptune Lounge opened for ...
... in July 2008. We are leaving from Liverpool to head north, up the coast of picturesque Norway and ultimately to 70º north, well above the Arctic Circle. Our aim is to catch a glimpse of the elusive Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights. 2014 is supposed to be a good year for aurora, due to a lot of solar activity this year.
We got up at 6.00am and finished our packing and sorted ourselves out in time for our taxi, which arrived at 7.00am exactly. ...