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Thursday I got up early again to get to the Dive Shop by about 8:30. When I arrived I was fitted with a wetsuit, fins and BCD before getting on the boat. It was a decent size boat with a upper deck for sitting and catching some rays. They moved all my kit onto the boat and set it all up. James and Paddy were also diving but were in the middle of doing their Advanced and Open Water certificates. We motored down to dive site by Soufrière where the pitons (tall hills) are. We ...
... over some rocks up to get the best view over Rodney Bay. It was beautiful and so relaxing to just sit and soak up the sun. We headed back to meet the other medics in time for the sunset, where we joined them in Spinnakers for some cocktails (well it was happy hour). We had dinner on the beach at a local eatery that cooked the most tasty chicken. After ward round on Thursday I headed home to plan and book ...
... spy on the French fleets which would often converge on the next island up Martinique. From this base the English Navy won several important victories. Well worth a visit on a sunny day! To get there you pass by an all inclusive hotel full of Americans, and security. As we were walking through a tour operator cozyed up to us and suggested we might take a trip with him. His real selling point was the format of the room numbers, which when given ...
Twelve days after leaving Cape Town the peaks of Saint Helena slowly crept into view, seventeen hundred miles into the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean. On approach the weather had a typically grey and wet body to it, particularly fitting considering this latest port of call was a British Over-seas dependency, a far cry from the bright blue skies and blazing sunshine left behind in South Africa. It is hard to fathom that such a place exists, let alone that people live ...
... also to make water as the lagoon was far to polluted and would have clogged our primary filters on the water maker, not to mention the possibility of nasties that might be in the water and can't be filtered.
Tonight is the last night for Rob and Laura on Orca as tomorrow they stay on another boat with friends they met here in St Lucia, then the day after they leave to travel to England. They spend two weeks there ...