Monthly Archives: April 2022

ONE HUNDRED THINGS TO DO IN GUERNSEY WHEN THE REST OF THE WORLD HAS GONE TO SH*T NO.54 BLUEBELL WOODS, FERMAIN VALLEY, GUERNSEY

Betwixt the Fermain Beach Cafe and Fort George, there be a Bluebell Woods in the middle of April and early May. It is beautiful and filled with birdsong, a very soothing tonic to a busy and hectic life. A cruise ship visited Guernsey for the first time since October 2019. The Hanseatic Spirit stopped by and passengers made it to the woods to frolic amidst the birdsong and bluebells.

A fine and subtle spirit dwells

In every little flower,

Each one its own sweet feeling breathes

With more or less of power.

There is a silent eloquence

In every wild bluebell

That fills my softened heart with bliss

That words could never tell.

The Bluebell by Anne Brontë

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ONE HUNDRED THINGS TO DO IN GUERNSEY WHEN THE REST OF THE WORLD HAS GONE TO SH*T NO.53 SENNERS HOT CROSS BUNS FOR JESUS

Hot, toasted Senners Hot Cross Buns smothered in golden Alderney Butter oh my! What a lovely Easter treat. The weather has been glorious, for Jesus, and we have enjoyed one or too many of these hot cross buns. The butter is from Forest Road Stores and costs about fifty quid a gram but it’s truly divine.

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