Vila Baleira Thalassa
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... card and the broken plastic wallet. Someone had handed it in. The stupid interfering old biddies, why can't they just mind their own business? I was happy being miserable with the prospect of not going anywhere, ever.
With the better Internet connection I'll upload some extra pictures with this blog, see below. Look out for Part Two of this blog later this ...
... each) to do it again?
Finally, the coach left and the Guide introduced herself as Doris and the driver as Rrrroy. I have no idea why she said his name with a load of 'r's at the front. By now not only was it raining but mist had turned into fog as we climbed tiny winding streets through the town. Doris had a jolly sounding patter, but although her English was very good it was difficult to understand what she was saying. And she constantly seemed to ...
... when a cargo ship passed dangerously close. I visualize this scene whenever I stand on our balcony looking out to sea.
Until meeting Elin there wasn't anything more exhilarating for me than climbing aboard a ship and travelling across an ocean. It made me feel adventurous and kind of brave. A great many cruise ships work the summers in the Mediterranean, then spend the winters in the Caribbean. They have ...
... It was flowing fast, no doubt from that heavy rain which had fallen earlier.
We walked back past an old archway that had once marked the quay but was now much further back from the water. Then it was a stroll back along the main street to the bus. We did stop at Blandy's wine store to buy some Madeira and a “Swiss army” style pocket knife to replace Fletcher’s which he has misplaced. By this time it was nearly 6-30pm so ...
... to be delivered to the cabin we went off to explore. The ship left port at 12-45pm, nearly on time and sailed down the Thames Estuary. It was cool on deck but we watched the passing shoreline with interest. Lunch was served, a buffet which was just OK and then we bought our drinks package for the trip. This cost $A29 per person per day but it covers all beer, house wine, cocktails and soft drinks. Seeing a gin and tonic is $10-95 each and a glass of wine, $4-95 we feel we will get our ...