Last night was the roughest yet and one look out of the window this morning might have propelled us straight back to bed, except the need for food prevailed.
The journey through the dining room last night was hair raising. It seats over a thousand so it's vast and obstacles appear on every side. Grabbing hold of a pile of hot plates may not be the best idea but at least it saved me from falling.
We have done the transatlantic crossing on the queen Mary and we think her stabilizers must be very much better because the last time even getting through a massive storm didn't throw us about as much as this.
It is very beautiful though. We are now four hours ahead of UK time and we watch the sun breaking through the clouds and lighting up the sea each morning over breakfast.
We are off to another lecture by the history man this time talking about Princess Diana. Should be interesting.
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