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... hurry) I sit down with my cup of tea, fire up the Boeing laptop with the sliding door to the balcony open wide and the laptop precariously perched as far in the direction of the internet-sweet-spot as possible without falling off of the table and yet keeping it out of direct sunlight, and read my book while it takes 5-10 minutes for the weakness of the internet to allow me to secure-login in order to check my email. I usually work about a half day, sometimes more, sometimes less, ...
... turned it into an exhilarating ride!! Steppen Wolfe sings out Magic Carpet Ride, followed by my huge bank of Chill Music which helps focus the mind to calm, when all around is crashing side on waves, getting us wet from every angle in the cockpit. Craig asked if I'd rather be in the dentist chair ( my phobia, sweaty palms, panic attacks,white knuckles,catatonia) .... mmmm...No was the answer, I d rather be doing this continuous Log Flume Ride for 15 hours!!! Then the calm ...
... also have to pay a broker, recommended by the custom chap who also charged a fee,to fill in the custom forms before we can have our parcel!!! So, parcel collected, we go to customs to clear out and get our papers stamped. ( a procedure needed to be done in and out on every Island with a change of nationality, some want payment too or you can't leave!) it's an absolute joke.... Or not, as our cheery faces soon have the smiles wiped ...
... with our bags. It still looked completely closed but we found a side entrance... into a completed deserted building. No ferries between mid Sept and mid Oct due to the rainy season. Damn, some sort of twisted plan to entrap the few tourists on the island for all eternity! True to form, bad turned to worse and it then proceeded to absolutely chuck it down, leaving us stranded and ...
... Mount Pelée. Mount Pelée is famous for erupting in 1902 and wiping out the capital of Martinique, St Pierre, killing 30 000 people. Andy, having already conquered the volcano climb in St Vincent, tried his best to dampen Simon's enthusiasm pointing out the clouds and rain. Simon wasn't deterred he had never walked in clouds before! We were keen to stretch our legs, having been on the boat with little chance of maintaining our exercise regime (ha ha) ...
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