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Good morning all
Winds are slightly calmer today clouds are not as angry looking I'm to see some sunshine today we will see.
Bryan is taking the car back this morning which is fine we don't need it any longer. Everything we need is in the resort and if we need to get to a restaurant we can get a shuttle. They have cruiser style bikes I might see about getting one after and peddle ...
Marjorie and Craig leave today :-( it's been a wonderful 12 days with them on board, we've enjoyed having crew mates they will be missed! Not as sunny this morning some clouds in the air and it's much more humid but warm and lovely.
We will spend a leisurely morning together and make our way to the airport around 11.
This afternoon Bryan and I will explore we need to find a post office and laundry mat. We will get to the gym and day 2 of ...
... and we took our time arriving around 2. Then it was clear customs time currently we are waiting to be cleared. When you approach the Island a new Country you have to take down your Bahama and Canadian flag and fly a quarantine yellow flag until you clear. Then the Canadian one can go back up. We will have to purchase a Turks Caicos flag later to fly as well, it is a curtesy thing while in another country. The Turtle Cove ...
... doing hard labour on the island today and we both experienced being
shut in the cells whilst Dave took photographs!
The island is on the
hurricane belt and, in 1866, there was one hurricane which devastated it. The wardens of the prison, realising that the
storm was very bad, released all 10 of the prisoners so that they could be with
their families. Hurricane Ike hit the
island more recently ( I think 2005, but check that!) ...
... and then lists characteristics such as "someone you think can change the world," "someone you are glad you met," etc. I don't know if I have ever felt so loved by so many people. It moved many to tears and we all realized just how close we had all become to one another. Clean up immediately started, once we regained composure. The entire center was wiped down, swept, mopped and tidied up. Our cubbies were emptied and our bags were packed. Room inspections ...