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... in a completely safe place to sleep it all off. In the morning it was gone. I wonder what sort of headache it must have had.
So while the Iguana was being moved outside, the kitten was suddenly the little Braveheart again. Rushing at the comatose animal in the black bin. Seeing there was nothing to be afraid of and hanging around quite closely. Then starting to leap up and down as if to say, ‘see! You don’t need a dog. Only me!”
... us to have some protection from the weather and sun when everyone is aboard and still be able to use the cockpit as an outdoor living area. Normally when the weather closes in and you're onboard at a mooring or at anchor the cockpit becomes pretty unusable. As we will have up to eight people aboard at any given time its is important to have some room to spread out and even though she is a large, roomy yacht this will just add to ...
... are an amazing item; so much packed into such a small space but hopefully it will never be needed. I actually thought it was a 10 man raft but actually it is a 12 man raft which means that since we will be unlikely to have more than 8 people aboard at any time the survival range and comfort (room) is much enhanced. All good. It will need to be serviced again in 2016 as the inflation cylinder will go out of date then. Means I ...
... It worked, friendly indeed. You can find lots of fancy houses and cars here, the island smells like money, surely related to the taxes thingy. The French side was a bit nicer, I went there for a French game, the time we were still winning. The vibe was really good and it was nice to see the French Caribbean patriotism.
Right, enough, time was for Cuba, another well expected one on the list! Get ready for some longer readings!
... St. Martin has
some of the prettiest beaches in the Caribbean, with assets to please
the more adventurous, one attraction is to go to Queen Juliana
International airport, hang onto the fence by the beach, and wait
for the jet plane blast when they take off.
it's a family, or for those with nothing but the radio on with a pair
of sunglasses, and SPF 50 sun cream; ...