After busy day yesterday, decided that walking tour of Nijmegen in German could be missed. So wrapped up and went on deck and to read and watch the world go by.


Have become friendly with some of the German guests – a few of them have been to Ireland and like to talk about their trip. Others have plans to visit. And while I don’t think they understand the Irish wit, they are very impressed with how we enjoy ourselves. They were particularly taken with the sing-song last night and that we could sing for hours!!!!!

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Great kefuffle at noon  when ship ready to sail, and an Irish person from Cabin 225 (not me) was missing – tried to phone but went to answering …. And then she comes ‘strolling’ along the quay. ALMOST another emergency!!!!! Great crack at French Dinner as stories of lost sheep were repeated. We even had a rendition of “A poor little sheep ……I’ve lost my maa-maa-maa”.

Author: Breda Fay

I'm retired since end August 2016 and loving the new life! More time now for family and friends and to explore craft, history, travel and certainly more of a chance for, me-time. To paraphrase Seuss: I've no tears that (teaching) is over; but many smiles that it happened!

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