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... 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 ...
... kids Carla & Alex. (Shouldn't call them kids really, because they were young adults.) The entire crew were (mad) Captain Frank and his wife Lynne.
Captain Frank was another South African, and as mad and as brilliant as you could get. All he was interested in was making sure we all had an absolutely brilliant time. And no questions asked!
"Today," he said, "we're going to have a mud bath..... on Tintamare!"
We men on board looked at him! That was me, Alex ...
... him. The beach itself was packed with people but because we were not going to be spending long there, we did not mind too much. The sea proved too inviting for me and, despite not having a towel, I had to peel off my shorts and T shirt and run into the water. (I had a swim suit on!!!) There were no rocks, very different to Princess Cays, and the sand was sugary and almost pure white. The water itself was warm, very warm, and was ...
Now this is the kind of place that makes me want to explore the world! St Maarten is beautiful. It's the kind of place where a few hours just make you want to come back for more. We got a much better nights sleep last night, so we were well rested and ready to take on the day.
Our excursion today was a small personal watercraft, kind of like a jet ski but a bit more secure feeling. We followed our tour guides around which might sound boring but provided an amazing view of some ...
... well. Take for example the lithe gymnasts. They probably have to survive on not much more than a single
lettuce leaf a day to keep their bodies in shape to accomplish the magnificent turns and twirls in the air. In fact, gravity seems to have very little effect on them when I see them doing their amazing flips. Now compare that to the heavy weight weight lifters. To them, a lettuce leaf would be an anathema. No, for them at least a dozen eggs along with plenty of ...