I know, now it seems like now I am a world traveler. Not really. I had never left the North American continent until last year. This summer’s 20 day journey included a cruise around the British Isles, followed by a few days in London and Paris. As usual I travel with camera in hand, and what follows are the interesting and beautiful photos from the trip. If you are thinking, Keith I didn’t know about your journey last year, are there amazing photos from that trip I can view? Yes, you are in luck, not only are the wonderful photos to view, but I have blog post that links all photos and blogs posts. Here it is.
This sunset photo taken from our room on just our 2nd day at sea turned out to be the best sunset of the trip. The composition of the photo was improved even more when an member of the crew stood in the window on the bridge to view the sunset.
An interesting sign just outside the docks of South Hampton where we would board the Caribbean Princess cruise ship. Apparently the “diamonds” go to the left, and the “squares” go to the right.
The walkway leading to the 18th floor Sky Walkers night club at the stern of the ship. ( for you land lubbers, the stern is the most aft part of the ship. It’s the back of the ship )
This was inside a church in the town of Guernsey which was our first stop on the cruise.
It certainly looks like a great spot to drink fine wines, real ales, and have a smoke while in Guernsey.
The Waterloo House featuring “tasty mobile” as the sign on the left from Sure store says.
There’s green, and then there’s really green, and then there’s how green The Swan Inn is.
When your garbage absolutely positively needs to get there on time, call Island Waste.
The walk and don’t walk signs were different than here in the United States, but not that hard to figure out.
Each day at noon at the Guernsey castle they fire off one of the canons. These two gentlemen in red are marching toward the canon to fire it off.
These paintings from the Guernsey Castle are the Duke and Duchess of I don’t know who the heck they are because I wasn’t able to find anything about them on the Castle’s website.
The sign on the bow of the boat reads, “For Sale – Genuine Enquiries – Please Phone”. Since I didn’t have a genuine Enquiry, I didn’t call to see how much they were asking.
In the United States this elegant looking building would be some historical monument that had been preserved to save our history. In the UK where there are literally thousands of old buildings like this, it’s a music store.