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... I met a great fellow traveller from Hungary, Orshi. Unfortunately, we did not get to spend more time together as we were both due to leave the next morning, but we at least had the opportunity to share the cab fee to the airport :)
Great relaxing times in Antigua. Now off to Jamaica to experience the land of Reggae, Rastafaris and Fish Patties. Onwards and westwards!
... alone, touching, snogging and dribbling all over other, it was disgusting, but they were French so they obviously couldn't help it. At one stage they disappeared from our cabin with duvets and pillows and went into the almost empty economy cabin. They returned twenty minutes later, having made, I presumed, a mile high baby. It didn't help, they were still dribbling over each other for the rest of the flight.
Having landed ...
... went through the Panama Canal would we be ready? Would Coco be ready? That trip is truly out there- no resources, back-up or technicians to be found for thousands of miles. Were we up to it? Did we explore enough of the Caribbean to justify moving on? Many questions...do questions equate to doubt in our abilities or doubts as to Coco's readiness?
We concluded that while Coco ...
... 7 a.m. swims in the Caribbean!
But the most exciting thing about these trips isn't the new sights and new experiences or even the new friends we make, it is meeting people who love the Lord and want to get to know Him better through His Word. In each place there has been a variety of responses to the possibility of using the Emmaus Bible Ministry. So far the most exciting has been on the island of St Vincent. After the ...
... and one side of the island is covered in huge lava rocks. This land is very steep, useless for crop growing and after the emancipation of the slave trade, this land was 'kindly' donated to the now freed slaves. How kind of their government. The houses here are built on stilts over the fallen lava rocks, many of which could be seen from the road. The roads are steep and windy and the locals are all happy and friendly. Everyone we passed waved to us, one ...