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... problem with the town. There were no soldiers with guns or sleeping bums or people in your face begging. It was very urban and in that area it looked like a lot of government and lawyer offices and there was a lot of BMW and Audi and other nice cars.
Went back to the pool and I got in some belly dancing because the instructor brought out the scarves with the jingles. I always wanted to try those one.
1/2 We had a walk through the village of Portsmouth, a lovely little place of 3,000 people and 40+ bars, to check out where the sports bar was for Saturday and found it was very inexpensive so had lunch there. On the way back we re-provisioned at a quaint little supermarket, and then went snorkeling and afterwards a little walk.
In the evening we again went to Big Papas Bar and chatted with his wife, a Dominician who spent most of her ...
Up with S at sunrise and a strong coffee and a basket of croissants whilst watching the activity in the bay. We have arrived overnight at Guadeloupe and anchor in the bay. I listen to Peter's chat on the 7 largest ever Tall Ships. Again fascinating. We all assemble on deck and down the gang plank to board the tender going ashore. Van transfer to another bay where a small boat takes us out into the Caribe to a small sandy island about 30 meters long that has a reef ...
... from the Tourist Info centre was quite a challenge.
In fact it was quite funny to stand aside and watch Ray try to extract information from a French woman in the Tourist Information centre, who by the way, could not speak a word of English. He would slow his speech down thinking that this would make her understand what he was saying. Unfortunately, no such luck. We had to fumble our way ...
... however, a couple of hours into our trip, we see a boat coming up fairly quickly on our starboard side, and we knew right away that it must have been them...yes, their 52ft Granger Catamaran, being a cruiser/racer, was catching up to us at a rate of knots (literally). That put the wind up Ray of course, and before you know it the 2 Aussie boys are having a race on the water...or should I say, Ray was having a race on the ...
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