“Look, a cow!” – my wife told me pointing at a place on the map of Guernsey last week. I thought she had a point.
Speaking of cows, beef in Guernsey tastes very well because cattle is not grown for export and therefore it’s properly organic. The cattle is grown exclusively for local consumption with just over 1500 cows on the island. Meat lovers should take a note. Needless to say, the seafood there is cheap and tasty. The country has a population of only 65K people.