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... St Maarten is a small island of about 37 square miles, which is half Dutch & half French. We arrived in port in Philipsburg on the Dutch side at 9:30am along with 3 other cruise ships, all about the same size so an influx of 9 – 10,000 people into the island. There were heaps of tour options today & we chose a Lagoon cruise and Scenic drive of about 4 hours. The cruise was very entertaining as we had a ...
... Last Night we went to Simpson Bay to eat Lebanese at a new Restaurant there. Again the food was outstanding. We decided to stroll back to the yacht (we don't have the renter now) and of course the heavens opened and we got drenched. Somehow it doesn't matter in the tropics as you don't feel cold and much of the time your clothes are damp from sweat anyway.
This morning I woke at about 7am as usual and sat up in the cockpit to enjoy the early morning whilst the ...
... I'm sure it has been frustrating that they have yet to see her or set foot on her even though this project of ours started for them back in 2011. So the rush is on to make her presentable for them when they arrive on Tuesday Night (they will not get to see her till Wednesday).
Well that's all for now from this far flung outpost of the Empire. Hope you're all well and happy.
Ciao for now.
... way home is not falling into the water between the dock and the yacht!
**** he just started playing and its Country and Western. Oh well! Good thing I'm a "Boot Scooting Master" as many will testify to! ;) Willie Nelson's got nothing on me except a couple of years. Did I tell you the sun is very strong here?
Hope you're well. Thanks for your comments and messages. Keep them coming; keeps the "Homeboy" connected.
... neatly dodging the question. “and besides,” she continued, “It'll be great fun,” looking me directly in the eyes.
Now the last time she said this to me we went up para-sailing behind a boat. Again for another
assignment for her magazine. And this time we were at the end of an eight hundred foot tether being towed by a power boat. And I had to admit, it was really good fun.
“I've never done this sort of thing either,” she quickly ...