British tea travelogue No. 7 Cutty Sark ～～～～～～～～
On the fifth day, we will visit the Cutty Sark (sailing ship) displayed in Greenwich while heading to London. First of all, on the day of the event, we had lunch with the famous British dish, fish and chips!
The outside was crispy and crunchy, and the cod inside was soft and delicious. But this volume is still a lot!
The Cutty Sarkwas flooded at Dumbarton on the River Clyde on November 22, 1869.
In order to be the first to get the tea that surrounds us from China,
It is a fast ship built by the British with honor and stubbornness.
The famous prow-mounted Scottish nanny is this one. I'm holding a horse's tail in my left hand, and this is the tail of a horse that jumped into the river after chasing the fleeing horse and farmer.
By the way, "cutty sark" is women's thin underwear (shemmies).
The next Sunday tea time at Dimbula is The Cutty Sark Story. June 21 (Sunday)