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... There were unfortunately a few big planes coming in at a similar time so it took her quite a while to get through, but she made it and it was so great to see her. She picked me up and span me round (thought she was meant to be the tired one after a long flight).
We drove back across to Falmouth Harbour and went for a drink before dinner. Dad went scouting for a restaurant to eat in, but ended ...
... for the evening and sat down for perhaps the first meal that we had not cooked for ourselves in the last three weeks. Local dishes such as curried goat and conch we offered. I did not know but conch is becoming fished out and so New Zealand has banned the import of the shells, to help stop them being fished from the sea. You would not know this from the amount of conch available to buy in the towns. Needless to ...
... over the bay, our yacht, St Johns, Guadeloupe,Monserrat, Nevis and St. Kitts( 50 miles away!) 6 working days for my glasses has turned into 10 so far, so we returned to jolly harbour for restock food and water ready to go to Barbuda and take a week out from it all!!! Lol:) It's a large Island 15 miles long, 8 miles wide virtually untouched by tourism with a nature reserve and frigate bird sanctuary and renowned for its beaches sprinkled with pink sand. Looking forward to ...
... in a small speed boat. Yup, 3 older folk!! Retiree money? maybe so.
Later this week we're going to be pulled on a big donut that fits at least 4 from a speed boat. We'll take the kids on that we're hoping they will like it. So far mr I love the water (matteo) refuses to go in farther than to cover his feet and mr. I hate water (kai) is all about going in without fear. Go figure!
People are so friendly here!! We've met some great people ...
... Bay Hotel. Just a fifteen minute walk. This was actually told to us by Curt the gardener during the garden tour. Well it may be a fifteen minute walk if you are a mountain goat (or sheep), but not for a fat bloke. I am not kidding, parts on the path to the top of the hill were virtually vertical.
It took us half an hour, and there was just one last 150 yards to go, but even steeper than the previous bits, so I sat on a rock in the shade contemplating the ...