The Meridian Club
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... seasickness. Let's just hope we can continue our success. Maya has been able to help relieve Dave and I from the helm for 2-3 hours a day. This allows us to sneak in a cat nap or take a break thus still within shouting distance. She always has one of us checking in with her now and then. Its a big responsibility and she takes it very seriously.
By late afternoon we saw four story condos and luxury hotels rise from the sea marking the west entrance ...
... customs. Things on the island are very laid back, Steven and Kirsten were there to meet us. Lovely to see them again, just wish the circumstances were different. We went back to Steven and Gary's apartment and had a grill (braai). Steven has given up his room for us. 30th April: John went diving and I spent the morning at the apartment. Had some catching up to do with my journal / photos and did some ...
... They left Isabelle to check out Long Bay.
Philip and Glen (the other kiter - a 72 year old Englishman!) got really excited when they arrived at Long Bay. They got there right at the time the wind started to blow really hard. Brian was actually out in the water then. They rushed back to get Isabelle and their gear.
Unfortunately the high wind only lasted around an hour, and they did not get to Long Bay in time. ...
... and forth from our beach, I wondered if Brian was jealous of Phillip for having a wife who could kite on the open ocean and follow him without a problem. In fact, she was the one who went out farther to sea than Philip! We later told her that we call that "whale watching" back in Texas. Its all good if you make it back safely but not so good when things break (as they inevitably will do). Brian was very good and when I asked if he was jealous ...
... Place Trail. I had read that you need sturdy hiking shoes or sneakers so we were prepared. You definitely need some kind of shoes because you are walking on spiky rock lava. Any sneakers will do, really. Actually, Brian was wearing his dock siders. Note: that is the ONLY pair of shoes he packed - we bought his flip flops here. I had my Sketchers.
As we walked along the cliffs, we did not see any blow holes but we ...