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And 25 other things I wish I had packed:
1. Also, guacamole.
2. More Dramamine
3. Hydrogen peroxide
4. A Tropical Smoothie
5. Waffle fries
7. An Amish person
9. My dog
10. My car
11. An extension cord with converters
12. More ...
Monday, 27th January 2014
We could enjoy a lie-in this morning as the Braemar is now on her way back up to the Canary Islands. When we went out onto our balcony, we could feel that it was quite windy and the sky was cloudy. So we hoped the weather would improve so that we could spend some time up on deck and enjoy the long, lazy sea days ahead.
After our breakfast in the Palms Café, Trevor went along to listen to one of the ...
... of the next like sardines in a tin, and in a space just large enough to fit the width of the person sideways. This for a 3 month ocean voyage! That doesn't count the countless numbers that died before they started the voyage from abuse or suicide or those who escaped through mutiny in rare instances. What a horrendous legacy!!! To top it all off, the island was also a fortification during the Second World War, and there ...
... December Awoke with a bad reaction to my Larium (anti-malaria drug) plus alcohol. Lay in bed into the afternoon - 'til the tent stopped spinning! Went for a late lunch with Amanda & Gillian at Chez Eric. ...
... looked long and powerful and womanly. We got in an argument, though, when she refused to join her siblings for a photo. Why was Mary was so timid?
Mary's sister-in-law Aida, a hair-dresser for many Europeans in Dakar, and I got along better. One day, Aida clothed her coffee skin in a hat and shirt made of a light material that poofed around her like two pillow cases. They were the colors of a coffee ...