My cabin - should have tidied it first.
Looking the other way the bathroom is on the left and on the right a very generous wardrobe - even for me.
One of the Cape Verde island's volcanoes had been erupting for a week - you can see the dust in the atmosphere which was difficult for passengers with breathing problems.
The tender being raised outside my cabin. It was only necessary to use it once to get ashore- the day after my accident so Dylan advised me to stay on board, which I did.
The crew having a race. Sadly they moved a few inches at a time. The officer in the centre looked just like an older Stanley Baker in the flesh.
People did bathe as it got hotter. Pas moi:)
I think looking left there is no land between us and South America - unless it is the other way round.
Dear Bubbles looking pensive on Christmas Day.
Our evening restaurant - the Thistle. We patronised the others during the day.
The fish market in ? Madeira. The photies have rearranged themselves and I have learned not to interfere
Through the glass darkly.
My first view of Braemar which should be at the top of the page.
Just off the plane at Tenerife