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18-02-2020, 16:49   #61
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Was on Liffey boat trip-it was really foggy and lashing rain-we saw nothing
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18-02-2020, 18:49   #63
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We emigrated from England to South Africa, and travelled on the mail ship. Great time on board, especially crossing the equator.
did you flush the toilet right on the equator
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A pedalo in Lanzarote in about 1998!
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Do I take it that some people aren't taking this thread too seriously?
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I remember being on a blow up dingy and getting caught in a bay where the tide came in. Fun times trying to get back
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A Cypriot boat - the guy collected us in a van where the door had to be held closed by a rope held by an unsuspecting tourist. It didn’t hold much promise for the boat itself which came to pass. We spent a nervous four hours on it and another four in the pub dealing with shock ! Stupid to have ever gone on it even though luckily nothing serious happened. Huddled in the centre ducking down so we weren’t blown overboard was probably the most frightening part.
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Going from Hamburg - Copenhagen a few years back, overnight train which I hadn't researched at all. Woke up in the middle of the night to find I was on a boat. Turns out the train drives onto a ferry for a bit of the trip.
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On a tiny motorboat with 8 other people in Cyprus which took us to shallow water where we could stand in warm clear water.
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Whale watching in Monterrey California - saw lots of huge whales close up but ride out was like something from Trawlermen - had purchased the recommended sickness tablets and no sickness at all so all round an amazing trip - what a thrill ride...
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On the Jeanie Johnston in Tralee
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When I got to tour the Jeanie Johnston with my primary school in Tralee while it was being built. Would be great to get aboard the finished article!
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I went to Teneriefe with my friends when we finished our final year exams. It was the first trip any of us had had that was a holiday with friends. It was amazing, just hanging out with my friends, in the sun, doing all sorts of new things. Best time of my life.
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