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... here like most of the islands is predominantly of African descent.
The only other thing that we did was to search for a cheap way to access the Internet to catch up and plan the next steps. What we found was a well disguised McDonald's. Love them or hate them they consistently provide free Internet around the world. We decided after we had looked around town to head on to the next island as there were no other particular draws for such a short space of ...
... visit Matt” that it made an impression on me that my choice of Easter holiday trips did not conform to the norm. “What?? WOW! Really?? I hadn’t heard!” which I suppose was a reasonable response considering that I was leaving in only three days. I suppose when you have lived in 3 countries in 3 years and date someone who doesn’t live in the same country as you, let alone the same city, it makes one slightly out of touch with the traditional notion of ...
A couple of hops,from Antigua to Deshaies Guadeloupe, then Les Saintes for a swim and snorkel and my first jellyfish sting! More fish species to add to my tick list and a bright yellow,black spotted Sea Slug the size of fat draught excluder... Yuk. I need an underwater camera. An enchanting beautiful clipper sailed by, The Royal Clipper, in all its regalia with horns blasting out topped the day, along with the chance meeting of a Brazilian chap with a 49DS Sun Odyssey, ...
... a car for the time we had in Martinique. Andy and Simon were keen to cut the cost of the hire so we consulted the map and made our plans on how best to explore the island. Martyn and Andy decided they would take it in turns to drive, Simon wanted to but couldn't drive a manual and being from NY we were all in agreement that now was not the best time to try! I don't think I even had a mention, what being the only capable girl driver! No problems, ...
... t do it sooner was beyond us. And so, with the strong winds, we've done lots of boat watching in between pages of our books. We have purchased a book called "French for Cruisers" written especially with boating phrases written phonetically. It is quite a wonderful book. It has sections for "getting directions"; "food"; "weather"; "navigation"; "anchoring and docking"; "medical and dental" etc. We are all set now if we ...
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