Most of these photos were either taken by the bloke or Humuhumu.
[I had meant to add more commentary but this entry has been sitting half-finished in my documents for weeks so I figured it was best to just post it before it got any more out of date.]
[Me smiling at the camera, with Keiki on my lap, riding at the front of the boat down the Danube. Photo taken by the bloke.]
[Similar shot to above, but also shows Humuhumu sitting with Granny. Photo taken by the bloke.]
[Observatory dome not far from the docks. Photo taken by Humuhumu.]
[Giant octopus graffiti on the railway bridge support. Photo taken by Humuhumu.]
[View down the Danube before turning around to head back up toward the lock. Sky and river are both big and blue. Photo taken by Humuhumu.]
[Granny and Granddad enjoying the boat ride. Photo taken by Humuhumu.]
[Heading into the enormous lock. Photo taken by Humuhumu.]
[Keiki with his head wrapped in a muslin to keep off the blazing sun, smiling at the camera. Photo taken by the bloke.]
[Keiki and me. My back is to the camera. We are waiting for the boat to rise up in the lock. Photo taken by the bloke.]
[Rising up in the lock takes a while. The time between the two photos above is about five minutes.]
[Through the lock at last and heading back into the city. Photo by me.]
On disembarking from the boat, we discovered that one of the city’s fountains had been turned on in honour of the nice weather.
[Humuhumu in her green Kenyan dress, shrieking as she runs through the fountain.]
[Humuhumu and Keiki getting thoroughly soaked as the bloke looks on.]
[Ditto. YAY WATER]
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