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Boat Friday

 

Arrival in Dover - deceptive quiet before the storm in Europe? 

Boat Friday

 

Arrival in Dover - deceptive quiet before the storm in Europe? 

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i can almost smell the storm coming in over the white cliffs in this photo Philine... wonderful Boat Friday....petersmile
Philine: It is always a great experience to see the white cliffs of Dover. Many thanks, Peter!
Philine: Yes, heavy clouds over Europe!
Many thanks, Elizabeth!
I always like seeing something from afar before seeing it up close and personal, Philine.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 4 Sep 2015, 06:44
Low cloud with promise of better things to come
Philine: Let us hope, Chris! Many thanks!
C'est un bel endroit que j'ai souvent fréquenté dans le passé et que j'aime beaucoup Philine!
Bonne journée
Philine: Not far away from France indeed - just a jump! Merci beaucoup, M. Richard!
Bon Vendredi
Oh yes I recognise England immediately by that sky Philine. P&O is not as good as Brittany Ferries, my favourite sea crossing to mainland Europe.
Philine: I know the Brittany Ferries, too, very proper and charmant! I saw the Dover cliffs once shining in purest whiteness on a bright, blue day, but that is not the usual situation. Many thanks, Chad!
  • Lisl
  • Batheaston
  • 4 Sep 2015, 08:11
I know how elated you feel when you arrive in this country, Philine
Philine: Yes, I always prefer the crossing by ship to England and in particular the shortest way from Calais to Dover or from Dunkerque to Dover. Mostly I used the overnight ship from Hoek van Holland to Harwich or Hull. Many thanks, Lisl!

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