England, October, Part III: To-and-Fro

This time I travelled on the cheap, by bus. On the way to London, we took the channel tunnel. It’s fast (the border check wasn’t) but boring, except I was sitting opposite the bus door so I managed to get a few shots of some playful kids passing by. On the way back we took the ferry, which has a duty-free shop with buy-two-get-a-discount whisky, and conveniently, there was an old lady available to share the offer with me. I prefer the ferry.

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2 thoughts on “England, October, Part III: To-and-Fro

  1. Hey! Some nice pics there, i love the ones with the lighthouses and the one where the sun gives the cloud a sort of almost greenish color, and the one with the sun and the rails.

  2. Hey! Some nice pics there, i love the ones with the lighthouses and the one where the sun gives the cloud a sort of almost greenish color, and the one with the sun and the rails.

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