Sunset Crest - Rival Enterprises
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... took a minivan along the narrow two lane Bay Road to the bus terminal, passing the racetrack which is on tap for tomorrow afternoon.
First big attraction was the world's only remaining screw dock, the Blackwoods Screw Dock, built in the 1890's [I'll be vague as I saw various years]. Ships would enter and then be lifted for the purposes of removing barnacles. The engine was an English one from near the home district of the Transplants.
Disaster! My ...
... to stay at the Sheraton airport hotel. So Matt headed home on Wednesday; and although I was missing our fur kids like crazy, it was nice to spend another day on the beach!
The best thing about staying another day was that as I was leaving the beach on Thursday a hotel staff member asked if I had seen the turtles. I saw a few people standing around and expected to see adult turtles. Instead there were three freshly hatched baby turtles in the sand. The one had ...
... day and having to drag certain friends back onto the bus! But I'm not mentioning any names).
Lazing on the beach taking in the view (who could get sick of that blue water in the background), the locals wandered along selling their wares. We weren't interested in purchasing anything until this guy came along and cut us some fresh aloe vera juice for our delicate white skin (which was by now turning a love shade of ...
... got hime from The Cliff. So he was awake early, excited and raring to go. We assume that Phil is too tired to make it but he's up too and can't wait to head off.
While I have a cup of tea Ruth is making breakfast for them and putting beer into cool bags for the trip - bless her.
The "girls" get ready for a shopping trip down town (I'm also meeting another business contact at Lime Bar). We've put together a party menu and ...
DAY 43 ….. February 28th ….. Cruising the Amazon & Crossing the Equator
Today we completed 1,700 miles / 3,500 kms traveling the Amazon and we crossed the Equator for the fourth time during this trip.
DAY 44 .... March 1st …….. At Sea
DAY 45 ……. March 2nd …… ...