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Eventually, the boys kite-boarding made their way over to talk with Julie. Two were from St. Kitts and one was from England, who was taking lessons. One of the kite-boarders named Christopher took a liking to Julie and asked if we could give him a ride back to Frigate Bay since his friends were ready to leave. We agreed to it, so he continued to kite-board while we laid out.
After a relaxing day in the ...
... With all the furniture being moved around, did we give it away? Nope, Reese just told her that he had arranged for the choir to come after our dinner to their home for choir practice so she did not have to walk down there in the dark like she did every Friday night, hence the extra chairs and moved tables. She was delighted.
Shortly after about 5:30, we start hearing cars arrive and some milling about started at the gate out front. ...
After visiting the island of s:t Thomas the ship set sail for Barbados, quite a distance so we were looking forward to a whole day at sea.
It was a nice day, beautiful weather and calm winds.
Pool area was not too crowded and the DJ played nice music all day.
Not so much to but relax and enjoy the climate and nice drinks :-)
Though, our two teenagers (boys,16 and 18) got a bit restless though and escaped to the arcade hall and mini golf at upper deck.
... are not yet finalised but are pretty keen. If they prove either unsuitable or decide not to join me on the next stage it will leave me very short of time to find another crew and take me dangerously close to the Caribbean hurricane season. Orca's insurance policy has an out clause for any named storms while in this region.
I finished my tea and looked at the next port of call the Island of Guadeloupe not more than 7.5 nm away; it will take most of the day ...
... de Haut ,a small piece of paradise, coconut palms, and coral to swim round, the fish were amazing. No seagulls messing on the dingy or boom, just pelicans and frigates!! Such great names for these places....Pain de Sucre(sugarloaf), looked like a giant cupcake straight out the bun tin, formed of Basalt pillars. Next to le Bois Jolie... We walked and sweated up hill to ...