Photo by Tama66 at Pixabay.com A multilingual misunderstanding
“Il est temps de se faire la malle Frank.”
Marie-Claire followed him as he went upstairs and opened the big trunk.
“What are you doing cheri?”, she smiled.
“Packing – la malle!”
“Mais ‘se faire la malle’ means to make a quick getaway, not to pack it!
“Zut, wrong again!” (279 chars)
A cheeky French/English Twittering Tales story today.
My featured photo was taken in a Chinese high speed train somewhere between Chengdu and X’ian.
We came across this cute Elephant Sculpture in Princess Street Gardens, Edinburgh on our visit the other day.
Sony RX100M6, ISO 200, 72mm f /4.5, 1/200sec
After a surprisingly enjoyable day in Invergordon yesterday, today we are in Edinburgh (the highlight of our cruise for me).
The weather is splendid and the bagpipes are chanting!
The sun has come out in Invergordon this morning for our visit.
Interesting art walk with painted murals.
Lots of craft shops too!
We visited the Dark Hedges (GOT) and the Giants Causeway today
Back in the centre of Dublin this morning for a second visit.
Parks, gardens and the National Art Gallery on the menu today.
The weather held until we were back on the ship. Yay!
We arrived in Dublin this morning for two days and after a shuttle into town we boarded the Hopon Hopoff DoDublin bus for a tour that ended in the quaint Merrion Square. Dublin is busy today as there is a match between Dublin and Kerry so a lot of balloons and big crowds in the streets!