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Arriving in Provo it was perfectly warm. Absolutely perfectly warm except it was windy. I was met at the airport terminal by Liza and Tony was waiting for us at the bar a few hundred feet away.
Provo is nice. Its a bit posh. Lots of US and UK money gets spent there. So the shops are shiny and lots of things are expensive. Luckily the locals have their own eateries where the food is good and cheap.
... br> At 6 PM, I dragged myself to the shower. My head was killing me and my stomach was still upset. I don't even know how I managed to dress and walk to our meeting spot. At dinner, I ordered the Mahi Mahi but couldn't bring myself to eat it. Don was mad. Really MAD. I know the alcohol didn't help - but I still think I would have been as sick due to the heat exhaustion.
Let's just say, it wasn't the best day I've had at Beaches!
... next door to Provo Turtle Divers and had ribs and chicken for 14 USD which is supposed to be good (R140 for us :)) 1st May : John and I went to Grace Bay (town centre) and hired a car. We also did some present shopping at the the various curio shops. We stayed out of these shops in London, New York and Washington but the ones here are a little different and very nice :) We had an ice cream at a shop called ...
... on the beach. However it's all predicated on the wind forecast which is not reliable and a lot of time is spent conjecturing/posturing. And I mean A LOT! =)
Still, like Isabelle has figured out, this kite obsession also means interesting places to travel. Isabelle and Philip are also scuba divers. Isabelle is hard core! She has researched all the best places to kite and when to go. We will definitely be keeping in touch with them!
... boat in the Bahamas using wood and epoxy. He said he had about 300 gallons of System 3 epoxy spread throughout the boat. At approximately 8lbs per gallon (weight of water not epoxy but its probably close), that would be 2400lbs of epoxy. So yes, he quite literally used a"ton of epoxy" to build his boat. He also mentioned that he is still building it and during our cruise, only one of the 40hp diesel engines was actually working! I hadn't ...