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Friday, January 28, 2005


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Such familiar pictures!

The ferries always rattle when going out. There was one (Pride of Bruges, I think) that was so bad that staff would have to hold all glass to stop it breaking.

They have to reverse out of Calais too, and that doesn't help.

Glad you had a great time, seasickness notwithstanding!


Getting along while traveling is amazing. Getting along together while traveling in England and meeting your fiance's family for the first time with an 8yo in tow who only like to eat mac & cheese is MIRACULOUS.

Just saying.

amy in bc

You are amazing to have even gotten on the boat with your history. Hats off! Directed here via Cecily :) All the best to you and yours.


Sorry you tummy doesn't water travel too well. Mine doesn't either. I'm sad my England trip is over...thank you so much for sharing your journey with us! I'll look forward to the next one.

Huge congratualtions for passing that couples milestone of traveling, with child and still speaking at the end!

Amanda B.

Husbando and I are going to have a European vacation at some point. I want to see England, Scotland, Ireland, Spain, Italy...etc. I would like to spend a month or so just traveling from country to country. to save that kind of bread...

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