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... spotted a total of 15 turtles during our 50 minute dive on an amazing wreck. There is just something so magical about night dives I'm not sure why we haven't done them more often!
It was possibly one of my more uncomfortable dives in that i'd inadvertently picked up size 1-3 flippers instead of my own. There was no way I was missing my dive so this meant I used the only other pair - SIZE10! and cabled tied them ...
... that she picked herself up totally embarrassed about what had happened; strode purposefully to the end of the runway and started again. Now there is an expression in English that says and I quote, ‘when you’re in a hole, stop digging.’ Very unfortunately, and I mean it most sincerely, (with a smile on my face recalling the incident) she executed the entire manoeuvre again perfectly to the point of her delicately touching the vault....... and ...
... today I am. A walk through what id=s now an even livelier town after sunset is fun. Back on the boat we scurry to tonight's Peter's chat, on Piracy. Again what an insight into something that the press has given you one image and the peeps on the inside give you another. Dinner tonight with Marilyn and two couples from the UK. Much hilarity at our end of the table as the girls decide M is much too beautiful to be single and set about finding her company. Tonight's ...
... Multihull Regatta, including local favorites Guimamalou (another Erik Lerouge design), and Katzenellenbogen, a Lagoon 410, oddly renamed Team Organizational Restructuring on the entry form, and skippered by Sir Robbie Ferron, originator/founder of the Heineken Regatta 32 years ago who only a few weeks prior had resigned his long-standing position as Chairman of the Regatta Steering Committee. “Sir Robbie” as he is well known locally ...
... used to the no-net rims – excuses, excuses, I know. But I ended up hitting a game winner, which is always fun.
After, we got shwarmas at a small, local place in Marigot, which was out of Jose’s way, but it was one of the only places open to eat at 11:00. The guys had to get home, so we took them to go. Jose dropped me off and I ate my shrimp shwarma in the kitchen, took a shower, lathered myself in mosquito repellent, and went to bed a happy ...
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