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... influence inhibiting or over powering. Anyway the rum was good too! Lol and a bottle of 82% purchased for the Morganator. The Day hasn't ended here and we follow that with a detour to the Sallie Sulphur springs for a quick tour!!! It is a place where the underwater volcano Kick'em Jenny throws back a line to the land and bubbling hot springs give out a life of their own! It turned out we were the only interested party of the day and the lovely Louana insisted ...
... Onto Chatham Bay for us. A large cove and long beach which I explored with fins and snorkel. The whole area teamed and carpeted with millions of shoals of fish! Never have I seen so many, scooting around and scurrying like rats in and out of the rocks whist the birds dive bomb over my head for their catch. So many more colourful species of fish, worms, eels all sculking on the seabed under rocks and in the nooks and crannies. ...
... pernil, tomàquet, formatge i tomàquets secs. Que bona. Ens fa pensar quan anem o tornem en cotxe a Sant Quirze perquè sempre ens ho mengem pel camí. Després de més backgammon, més punt de creu, més deures i més relax, tornem a les onades i la força del vent per fondejar davant de l’illa Petit St Vincent, una altra illa privada on hi ha un hotel de luxe. Nosaltres passegem per la platja i donem ...
... and returned late evening. We were treated to some great food all day long as well as plenty to drink. The Cays were breathtaking. A handful of desert islands in the middle of the most pure blue sea that I've ever seen. It really was paradise. We had chance to go deep sea snorkelling, explore the islands and the iguanas that lived there, as well as snorkelling with turtles - maybe the highlight of my travels so far! The weather couldn't be more idyllic either. In ...
... best experience was watching a lady in her Sunday best board my bus on route to Chatham Bay. She was jumping around rather strangely at the bus stop before boarding, which seemed odd but not that unusual to be frank - and when she sat down next to me, I decided to say hello and ask how she was. The reply took me quite by surprise, as the voice was that of a man, deep and gravelly, no mistaking it - I froze and looked out of the corner of my eye and sure enough, the ...