Hotel La Chatelaine
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We didn't roam very far from our hotel. Matt got some groceries, we ate breakfast, and then it was off to the hotel's beach where we could sit on lounge chairs, play shuffleboard, snorkel and see fish and underwater sea life, or just read. ...
... the most noise you hear all day is the gentle chorus emanating from church windows in the morning.
This island is a lot like the ocean. I can think of no better way to say it than that it flows. Some days are a bit more turbulent than others but at the end of the day, you can always be sure that when you wake up in the morning, everything will be just as it always was. I've become familiar with the faces in the village, from the tall, thin man who stands by ...
... No! Browse shops by beach and in marina. A few hats, a dress and some sea sickness pills added to our luggage. Back at the resort we swim for ages and wallow in the clear blue sea. I add another Hindi word. Apparently i am supposed to swim between her highness and the the deep sea. I should be protecting her from all the unseen evil things that lurk out to sea. I innocently firn myself swimming beachside of S and get called ...
... on corrected time by just 67 seconds. But, as in Race 1, we were the fastest B course boat on elapsed time among all the B classes, completing the course in 3:16:48.
So after two races in the Multihull 2 class, Pas de Deux had 3 points and Team Organizational Restructuring had 4 points. We were in the lead, but this set up a drama for Race 3. With Guimamalou out and the rest of the class lagging far behind on total scores, Race 3 ...
... in Multihull 2 would not outdo the speed of the bareboats scheduled to precede them. In Dave’s mind, “Oh well, it will be kinda’ fun to pass all the slower boats….” But this would give Tactician Wally a full time job to keep us out of trouble in port-starboard situations.
We were thankful we didn’t have to compete with the Multihull 1 fleet of racers which included Coco de Mer-- a Gunboat 66-- and ...
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