Résidence de l'Anse Margot
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... Especially as we were having two friends over as well. All morning the weather improved, then took a backwards step. And each time this happened, I changed my mind as to where our Christmas lunch was going to take place. I totally drove Dyana mental
with all the changes. So the upshot of it all was that at about noon..... there was not a cloud to be seen. Beautiful blue everything. So we piled the food, chairs, two umbrellas and the barbi
... a most fantastic affair. The floats were brilliantly adorned with all sorts of colourful decorations. The people came not only from our island, but from many neighbouring ones to join in the total revelry. All trying hard to outdo the
others. And it all added to the brilliant atmosphere. It must have taken at least two hours for them just to pass where we were standing. I’m sorry about the sound quality on the video. I now realise that camera’s microphones ...
... means that whenever they needed to move the sails, we had to turn some cranks to move them. We practiced our jobs a little and then got prepped to race. We were off! The course was around some buoys and back a few times. First, they were in the lead, then we caught up and were way ahead of them. Going into the final leg, we got a good head start, but they picked the other direction to turn around the buoy and ended up beating us by just a bit. Regardless, ...
The cast and crew from the Westie, as it’s affectionately called, are a lovely crowd. The cast is almost at the end of a very long contract so they’re enjoying the time as best they can. Typically, that means a lot of drinking and a lot of fun. We all spent a lovely day meeting old friends and making new ones. In this line of work you come across people you know by chance on every contract, so it’s nice to meet some people who you hear other people talking ...
A few showers, clearing!
A tiny island of maybe 30,000 people it is divided between French St Martin and Dutch St Maarten and each territory is very different.
Good old Christopher Columbus claimed the island for Spain in ...