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... but it didn't look too spritely. Malcolm was a brave soldier and relocate it to another home. Phil looked it up on the Internet and found that it was a frangipani caterpillar which would turn into a grey moth. Whatever it was called we didn't really want to share the patio with it so it had to be evicted.
After breakfast Ruth, Malcolm, Henry and I walk into Holetown. Keisha passes us on the way, giving us a big smile and ...
We walked into Bridgetown today. Spent the day browsing the shops , shopping the shops . Lunch was at the Marina Restaurant and Bar..flying fish sandwiches!! A second round of shopping and back home for a quick swim. Joan and I took of shots of surfers while the guys returned for happy Hour. Tonight we'll get take out pizza and spend a relaxing evening at home.Our entertainment will be a slide show of the last 2 days ...
... caught up in any women clothes stores and even better there is no Marks and Spencers here. Wandering through the streets and then back across the harbour bridge we stopped to try some fresh coconut water, they sell the young coconuts whole and slice the top off with a machete, you then drink the water with a straw. I wasn’t keen but Claire liked it. Worth a try though. While we were sipping our coconut another Brit asked the guy on the stall how much ...
... into the submarine like you see it being done in the movies! Exciting! Once inside the sub, we all sat in 2 lines facing the portholes. And then it started - we slowly descended - 30 feet, 90 feet, 110 feet and finally 137 feet the maximum depth for the dive that day.
It was absolutely breathtaking what we saw underwater! Coral everywhere, schools of fish - big and small - turtles, stingrays, a shipwreck even! That was the best way to get that deep and see ...
... and scuttled the ship. Whether true or not, it’s a fairly shallow and distinct wreck; the anchor sits slightly away from the rest of the hulk. The reef fish were very friendly, and we enjoyed ourselves for the 30 or so minutes we swam.
Then, back on board our little boat for a short trip to another part of the beach. We went for a long walk on the perfect pink sand … being a national holiday, lots of locals were out with family and friends, ...