Tschüss

We said goodbye or as many Germans say familiarly, tschüss, to Germany today. There was a bit of an issue getting Evangeline’s carseat on board the plane, but we managed with persistence (It is much safer for children to fly in their car seats on aircraft). The flight was fairly uneventful, probably because the girls slept through most of it. P started getting fussy in the passport line so we were shuttled to the front of the line. I’ll make a mental note to pinch her in long lines from now on (wink, wink).

Mum met us at the Shoreham train station and we walked back to her flat. The weather was lovely so we took a stroll over to the beach and checked out the houseboats along the way. It was a nice lazy afternoon.20130815-220004.jpg

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