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... turns back over it. Some had a mauve-purple gown on over the top. Not sure what the significance of that was. Maybe prefects? We did walk to the other two parts of the WH site, the Augustine Abbey, now in ruins, and St. Martin's church. This is thought to be England's oldest in continuous use and is where Queen Bertha welcomed St Augustine to Canterbury. The original church has been swallowed up by medieval refurbishments but it is small, in a nice setting, and has a nice ...
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Booked into table table for a Jean Pierre White burger for tea and spotted an all night Maccy Dee's for the early drive through breakie.
Wine in the bath chilling to send us to an early bed for the 380 miles to Poitiers in the morning.
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... back to the ship at just after 17:00, in time for departure at 17:45. We liked Lisbon and hope to return to see more of it and have another custard tart. Dinner on board was spent with Josie and Alan, a couple we met on our first cruise. We are now heading north, due to reach the Bay of Biscay on Saturday afternoon, and with a fine weather forecast. During our three weeks away we have had only about 2 minutes of rain and have been blessed with ...
... of the crew is to implement,… which may be understandable in war, storm, or other emergency ,but when a passenger requests an extra piece of toast for breakfast, the appearance of the Captain at table to consider this piece of Oliver Twistism is a trifle disconcerting.
In order to rationalize some of the more bizarre happenings it does help the passengers (and there are eight of us (and 28 crew) to understand where they stand in the pecking ...
... pray specifically that God would find a way for the flights to be paid for as I have no money! Nothing like a faith venture. Two days later Paul emailed without my asking saying that the camp could help out towards flight costs. So at this point I realised that this was a green light from the Man above... and that the original stalling of the idea back in January was a way of God dealing with me first so that I would be in a better ...