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Comic #4199

1 Wendy: Well done, Bosun Higgs. Where did ye be learnin’ to cook like that?
2 Higgs: One time I be goin’ to the beach about a dozen leagues south o’ Dublin for a holiday.
3 Higgs: But there were a terrible throat infection goin’ round. I be stayin’ inside and usin’ the time to be studyin’ cookin’.
4 Wendy: So...
4 Higgs: I be learnin’ a lot in The Great Brittas Bay Cough.

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Brittas Bay is a bay and its associated beach, as Bosun Higgs says, about a dozen leagues (60 km or so) south of Dublin, on the eastern coast of Ireland. According to Wikipedia it's now a popular spot for holidayers and day trippers form Dublin, although with the slower travel times in the 16th century, one assumes Higgs must have taken a longer trip.

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