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... of eight from Florida. One son - an environmental scientist - married to nurse, one daughter - a teacher - married to a teacher -both live in Chicago, another daughter - an oceanographer - married to oceanographer who met at uni, Mum and Dad were retired. We couldn't work out if the Dad had paid for everyone to go on the cruise or not, but he was certainly pretty well off. It was a wide ranging conversation on everything from ...
Even with everything going on last night I was up just after 6 so headed to the gym. When I got back Rich headed out. Roxton was awake when I got back and just before Rich headed out Paige came through she was now starving! I showered and then the 3 of us got all creamed up and ready for the day. With Rich arriving back Rorke awoke and a bit after followed Courtney. A quick spin on the bikes then breakfast. Today we fed the ducks and fish. Fascinating to ...
... Steve and Dave around to our house for a few beers before getting a taxi (with our buddy Crispin, the local taxi man) to the "Black Rave" - a party where you are required to wear all black. It was a great laugh and a completely different experience. There was a stage, just like you might find at a music festival, but every act was up-tempo reggae, requiring some demanding dancing. My favourite act was "Lava man." A lot of the local ...
... this year! If I had known this earlier, I would have definitely gone to watch, but alas it was another case of not being on the ball. The Barbados airport was open to the elements, but it wasn't until the intense and elemental thunderstorm a few hours into waiting that this became a problem to the unfortunate people queuing in at the check in desk. We grabbed a coffee and slice of coconut bread as we waited for ...
... to the sea. The volcano is active and last erupted in 1979. We spent about three hours on top and went into the crater and hiked around. No lava, some steam or gas. One of our group of eight got sick and was dehydrated and had a hard time getting back down. He ended up stopping a lot and laying down. Once on the beach he slept for a while. He still had an hour or so hike to go.
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