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... village! But the 'houses' were too small - only just though.
There were a lot of things I didn't manage to get photos of. The piles and piles of wood which were stacked up beside the houses; the solar panel farms that covered several acres in Germany; cats (saw heaps of dogs - on leads, strays, on farms); the majestic swans out on the rivers; etc
Got to the Stena Line office at Hoek just after 17.00. Paid ...
... thought it was really cool to ride through the empty port, but I found the empty streets and the endless riding eerie. After what seemed like an eternity of riding through the port, we eventually hit the end and had to make a right hand turn. Now the wind was no longer front on, we could cruise down quite easily. After about a km we saw the ferry! It was quickly approaching the wharf, so we floored it. We briefly hit 30km/h down the home ...
... as fancy and amazing as it is it's still in the center of London. London is an amazing place. I love it's rich history and royalty. I would much rather prefer having a king or queen than a president. I'm into that kind of stuff. One thing I don't really like about London was how its becoming so modern. I like seeing the castles and older buildings but now things are changing and there are way more modern and odd ...
Well here I am. In the middle of the English Channel. On a ginormous boat. In a small but lovely cabin some 8 or so floors from the decks below, where there is a sign-written van with a titchy car shoehorned inside it. It's half past three in the morning, UK time, & I can't sleep - mostly because I have backache (not sea sick - the pills or wrist bands are working!), but also my head is so full ...
... for partying pretty early on! All told though we enjoyed the 4 days more than we expected, and other than the desperate desire for a shower when we arrived in Moscow would all have been happy to carry on for a few more days.
In Moscow we did the tourist staples, Red square, St Basils,
the Kremlin etc, and Claire and I also detached ourselves from the others to go
and meet a friend of mine from Uni, Elena. Elena is from Moscow, ...