|Karen on the stern of Curious as we leave Gibraltar behind
|With strong winds and skies like this it's easy to see why we stayed in port
|L-R Steve, Terry, Rob, chap off the classic and Karen. Phil had the camera
|Sunset over Barbate
|Karen stacking some Z's on the way up to Cabo de Sao Vincent
|We're glad we didn't have to storm those castle walls
|Leaving Cabo de Sao Vincent behind
|The Vendee round the world race yachts were very impressive
|Cascais was a very enjoyable stopover
|Phil - laid back as always
|These guys are always very welcome visitors
|They love playing around the bow
|Cape Finistere in the distance as we enter the Bay of Biscay
|Setting up to run wing on wing right through Biscay
|England turned on magnificent weather for our approach to Dartmouth
|It was awesome sailing in past the old castle
|Look very carefully and you'll sse as much of the white cliffs of Dover as we saw
|We had to dodge a few of these bad boys
|A once common sight around the coast of Britain
|Were we really still in 2012
|The barrage is closed when high tide surges threaten to flood London city
|We sailed across the equator in November on Atlantia and now we sailed across
the meridian on Curious - another milestone in our sailing.
|Greenwich Observatory on the hill
|The Cutty Sark was the greyhound of the seas in a bygone era
|A very happy skipper - congratulations Steve
|A very fitting welcome home for Curious after her circumnavigation
|We couldn't believe the company we were in at St Kat's
|The boat Robin Knox-Johnson won the first ever solo round the world race
in and the man himself standing at the end of the dock.
|One of the heroic small ships that rescued the British Army at Dunkirk
|Steve, Trish, Karen and Phil amid the throngs four hours before start time
|The Brits love to party regardless of the weather
|Even our home town paper joined the party with a story about us being at the Diamond Jubilee.
We were very impressed that we got a bigger photo than the Queen.
|What a way to end the day
|Curious back from where she came - Fox's Marina, Ipswich
|Funny how our crewing adventures started from an idea in Ipswich,
Queensland, Australia and ended here in Ipswich, Suffolk, United Kingdom.
Onward and upwards!