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Down island to St Kitts & Nevis.39 days but who's counting.
Major planning is completed: Airplanes booked both way; a hotel near the airport so that we have at lease a little sleep before the early am departure; A house overlooking the 9th hole of the St Kitts golf course; A jeep for the ...
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... completely clueless by myself and I’ll have other people to navigate my way with once we land.
I’ve gotten most of my packing done with the help of good ole Sandy. I just need to get everything organized and make sure I can cram it all into two bags (which might be a process) Other than that, I’m just relaxing and enjoying my time with the fam for now!
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Well I'm just waiting for my bus in the Track and Info Office in Queenstown, got to sleep at 4.30am and the boys were quiet as mice coming in - I think they must have wondered where I'd got to - was chatting to the night-man on reception and on the internet most of the night.
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Well hello to all,
We have had a busy couple of weeks, but here is a slight run down on what's been going on.
While Dylan was in Guatemala and El Salvador a couple of weekends ago, we figured we could have some time off so we drove to Glen Burnie to catch the light rail to Baltimore to go to
The Baltimore Arts Festival. We went with Deb and Bill a couple who have their trimaran out on hard ground to work on but are living at Pleasure Cove ...