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... the ship but only 15-18 months to build it. There are 780 crew members on board and I must say they do a great job. All of our needs and wants were met very promptly and there was always a crew person available. We were scheduled to also do a kitchen tour with the chef but it was cancelled due to 41 cases of the noro virus on board. I was disappointed to miss this as I wanted to see the chefs at work. The day moved quickly and as Ben and I packed, I ...
... air-con; it even had Wi-Fi, which is when Anna learnt she'd lost my attention for the next 4 hours.
Ten past two in the afternoon was actually ten past ten in the evening at home.
On Saturday night.
On day 3 of the World Cup.
Yep, England v Italy kicked off in 50 minutes. Thank God for the Wi-Fi though, eh? Oh. The Wi-Fi was as you'd expect public transport Wi-Fi to be. Remember Dial-Up internet connection? Well that would have ...
... Park. It's 1,000 acres of woodland and recreational reserve. Our stop was at the Rose Garden so we could walk to the aquarium from there. This garden was still in bud and gardeners were ripping up some of the flower beds. We came across Stanley Park Pavilion, an old wooden building. There were two restaurants in the building and it appeared one of them was set up for a private function / wedding. Quietly we crept down a path as we came across two, ...
... The last time I saw her she was on tour in Ottawa and I was sharing of my home with her. Now our roles have been reversed. She is providing me with a lovely and much-needed place that feels like home. We are baking, drinking tea, attending hot yoga, and watching movies. It's so neat that our jobs require us to travel and allow us to see each other so frequently when we live so far apart. I love that I have special people to visit in so ...
... was a small attraction we enjoy the hour or so we spend strolling through the beautiful plants and then proceed outside into the rain.
Once outside we notice that the gardens outside are very nice too and if it wasn't raining we would have strolled around. Instead ...
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