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... I hear the echoes of relieved sighs brushing the ether?
Here we go then.
We arrived in Cayman Brac on Monday 23rd of February at about 0630, having left Montego Bay at 0900 on Sunday (to the strains of Harry Belafonte and Bob Marley) and sailed overnight. There was a reasonable breeze actually blowing in the right direction! Sailing overnight involves a lot of lolling about and taking turns on watch. ...
... to spend a day or week or year or two. By 2pm it was time to head back so we would make the 3pm return deadline. Wouldn't want to be left behind! Back on the boat Georgie had made a friend called Jesse - he is from North Carolina and Georgie and he seemed to enjoy each other's company which was nice. At dinner we chatted with the people on the table next to us. Leslie and her husband. They are from Denver although he (I think his name was Joe but ...
... 3 just to ask if I could get something to help me sleep. The nurse gave me some anti-histamines, so hopefully they do the trick. Ted has still been feeling plain since the boat trip, so after dinner he ended up going to bed early. Since I saw yet another trivia night on the ships agenda (battle of the sexes), I turned up to try and help the male team win. Whilst we did great at general knowledge, the final part (similar to the $25,000 pyramid) was tough since I was trying to decipher ...
... were entertained trying to win drink coupons throwing a ball into a basket. After Morritts, we drove up to Rum Point. Nice little beach with facilities on the north shore. Then we went to a new development called Camana Bay. A planned community of shops, restaurants and homes. Very pretty place. Had a pizza delivered, which we ate by the pool and watched 24/read books until ...
... The Star makes it possible to download the front page only or the entire paper. That’s too bad because it took over ten minutes to get the paper, most of which I didn’t really want: ads.
As I read the front page, a woman from Tennessee sitting over my shoulder asked if the government shutdown would put her next door neighbor, a school teacher, out of work. I reassured her that her schools weren’t federal so, no, that wouldn’t happen. Then, ...