In England during the 1970s-80s, it was all about crossing the English Channel. There was no tunnel at the time. Ferries were often crowded. Meal trays, aftertaste of fish and chips, duty free alcohol… With folklore helping, the crossing went quickly. Sometimes seasickness gathered everyone at the railing, and the most cunning determined the direction of the wind…
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