To one and all who may be unable to buy Minstrels locally.
There is a website where you can order them and have them delivered……….yes, worldwide.
Here you can order any amount of British goods to be delivered worldwide.
It would be such a shame if Minstrels were not available for people to try.
Good luck to those who may wish to get some.
Love Minstrals will be eating them with you all in spirit
I love Minstrels, in fact anything of a Galaxy type chocolate, and there’s me eating a Penguin…….the bar that is not the bird! I will be thinking of you as I munch through my snack.
Ahhh Helen that’s where I got Sarah’s good lukc mars bars from, prompt delivery!! Highly recommended
luck rather than lukc, I never was any good at spelling!
Hi Sarah, Put one in your mouth and see how far you can row before the chocolate coating melts,you will be across the Indian before you know!
Watching the tracker, Your going well
Thanks Helen! Just in time for our Oz celebration.
From the picture on the packet on the website I’m thinking an English Minstrel may well be an Australian MALTESE. Anyway unless a Pom in Aus quickly corrects me, that’s what I’ll share with the girls tomorrow.Its all chocolate after all!
It is great to see your progress, and it sounds as though the crew are still in good heart while the chocolate rations continue.
Thinks: Might somebody attempt a chocolate-free rowing record for crossing the Indian Ocean one day ? Or is this just an impossible dream ?
Tomorrow I’ll be in an aircraft flying over the northern Indian Ocean from Perth towards London for a five week holiday. I am sure your voyage will have finished by the time I get back to Australia. I shall check on your web site whenever I get the chance to access a computer.
Wishing you a fast and comfortable progress due West, which looks like the best direction right now.
I emailed Galaxy to inform them of the forthcoming ‘Minstrels-Fest’ but have yet to hear back from them. It would be nice if they contributed a few quid to Arthritis Care from the extra cash they are going to get today, and good publicity for them as well!
GO FOR IT GIRL! HELL OF A SHOW YOUR PUTTING ON,BUT I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH YOUR CHOSEN CHOCKY. MINSTRELS REQUIRE TO MUCH PATIENCE, WITCH I DONT HAVE THERE ALL GONE BEFORE I REMEMBER TO LET THEM MELT GUTTED! SO I PREFER TO CUT OUT THE MIDDLE MAN. GIANT CHOCKY BUTTONS I COULD EAT THEM BY THE BOAT LOAD PARDEN THE PUN. HOW WILL YOU FILL THE VOID I WOULD NOT WANT IT TO END, GOOD LUCK. M x
hi helen,this is good,it will now be a truly worldwide celebration of sarahs brilliant effort so far,you must be so proud of her!
MMmmmmmmmmm yummmmmmm I enjoy this kind of participation. Well done on 100 days and now what is your choice for Room 101??? I think it would be packets that are hard to open (Thank God Minstrels are easy), Burma/Myanmar regime, and shelves that are too high or friends that are too tall so they see the dust.
I have just realised that along with all the other benefits of being in a row boat in the middle of a beautiful ocean there is also I assume NO dust and hence no guilt about dust. Is this true? Best wishes from the Cotswolds
Well we all ate minstrels today, down at the NSPS in Horsham, so you should have a good day today.
Didn’t feel too bad either, wouldn’t want my dentist to be a blogger though!!
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