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... survive. They have free wifi and have a happy hour every afternoon from Five till six where all drinks are $2. So don't try contacting me after 5pm. The other bonus is that all the companies doing work on the yacht are within two blocks so I will not need a car either. So living costs will drop right down which is great. Accommodation and the motor hire will have cost me close to $1700 because of the delays but there is nothing anyone could really have done to avoid them after the Hurricane.
... the lines it had been so fantastic.
“Because you've flown us so far, I need to get us down very quickly or we will miss ze landing field. So I am going to put us into a big spin. OK?”
the next second we were both literally hurled outwards as we corkscrewed clockwise; dropping
rapidly. I began to feel ill.
I must have said something because he said, “OK, we go ze oser way now.” ...
... the turquoise waters that is the Caribbean, and the surrounding islands that surpass the Whitsundays, we were impressed by the low approach to the runway over the beach, some 50 metres above the tanning sunbathers who were clearly in awe of this 757 that looked ready to perch on their heads there and then.
There are some untidy elements of St Maarten which we witnessed on the hairy cab ride from the ...
... over to each section of the restaurant and played out little scenes, but Crush the turtle was interactive. He could actually talk and respond to the diners at each table. It was very clever and great fun. Unlike the food, which was neither.
The "odd" was Maryanne. Not a huge surprise there I suppose, but towards the end of the meal she and Charlie started to have a very strange row. She suddenly shouted "but I can't believe you didn't tell me."
... to be using. The penalty for crossing the line is to do a three hundred and sixty degree turn.... in other words a circle while everyone else is getting away from you. Because we were in a small dinghy, it was impossible to follow the boats round the island, but the start was good enough. Hope you like the photos. Well, three
days of hard racing took the craft all over the area. Even to other islands such as Anguilla and back. The most important thing was that ...