Lost the biggest tea antique
October 2005 was the last time I visited the Cutty Sark in Greenwich.
There was a fire in the early morning of the 21st of this month, and it seems that the hull was greatly damaged by the flames.
The Cutty Sark was launched on November 22, 1869, and was a sailing ship called the Tea Clipper, which was built to transport tea from China.
A number of clippers raced to the ports along the Thames.
It's a tea race.
At the bow is Nanny, the Scottish fairy .
I became a figurehead because I run fast and hate water.
Cutty Sark means women's underwear. It's really a pity that the tea clipper carried the fairy and carried the good luck. . . .
Tomorrow and the day after tomorrow I will go to Maizuru on the Sea of Japan.
Kirin Beverage Factory Festival .
The hotel you stay at is right next to the sea.
Reminiscent of the Cutty Sark towards the sea.