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... which point a muscle fails to contract, and what determined that limit. We kept going down. An hour passed and we heard the sound of rushing water again - the Breakfast River! Jen crossed first, very carefully and slowly, and I was next. I balanced on a rock and moved to put a foot on the next, when my other foot slipped underneath me. I spun around and Kelvin stretched out his hand, and I caught his arm. I didn't fall in, but my shoes did. Up to this point, my socks ...
... 1,600 feet at the Breakfast River, so by this point we'd climbed some 2,000 feet upwards and descended 800 over the span of about 4 miles in two hours. The top of the mountain was basically just a circular clearing with no vegetation and whipping winds pushing you every which way. We were in the middle of a cloud, so unfortunately there were no spectacular views to be had, at least today. The three of us stopped to again breathe and make any changes to our packs ...
... plane slowed and it was clear we were turning back toward the airport - the guy sitting just across the aisle starts cranking reggae music from his phone. It was a hilarious scene, yet appropriate, and he kept it blasting until we got off the plane and into the admissions area. The airport itself is basically one room, with one desk each for visitors and residents. After getting our passports stamped with yet another country, we walked past the desks ...
... he created that explained exactly what this organization does for these Nepali girls. This foundation, Empower Nepali Girls has no head courters, therefore all the money donated goes strait to helping these girls stay in school each year and eventually grow up to fulfill their dreams of becoming doctors, nurses, TV producers, and many other wonderful occupations. This program operates in several remote villages in Nepal. Jeffrey Kottler, ...
... is nothing like squeaky clean skin after a day in the sun. So it was a great day snorkelling with a shower at the end, yeah, it is the small things.
Marty-That night was the last night we'd be seeing Simon (boo) and Cliff (YAH) as they were leaving us in the morning. They were ferrying back to St Lucia while the rest of us sailed to Guadeloupe. So we decided to have a little farewell drink for them...or really for Simon. Nathaniel and Ariel supplied wine, we ...