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Hardly slept. Answered Gerald at 1:00 in morning. Up at 7 to ring him for 6:30 NZ time. Thought we were getting somewhere when he found me a Business Class flight, longer time flying ? But still. Tried to get Amtrak train and ended up ringing Willow. She managed to get one thankfully. Then Gerald said to ring British Airways to find my Terminal. Well !!! Turns out I was flying out of London City !!! ...
... and slept for half an hour. Andrea did my washing for me and then draped it about. James Whatsapped me helpfully from the train on his way to Berlin. He couldn't understand how Willow had hacked my e mail !! He was patient and thoughtful with his advice. Poor Andrea rushed off to church late, without any dinner. I was left instructions for ...
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... the other one to eat something because you know that's why they are grumpy Friendship is playing a game of catch the bottom Friendship is going out for a second night even though you're feeling really hungover because the other one was all dressed up to go and got bailed on by a mean boy Friendship is diving with dolphins while holding hands Friendship is convincing a Korean man he ate shart while sharing wine Friendship is taking extra baggage into their ...
... which lives a troop of Vervet monkeys. These invaders call the hill home after apparently escaping the zoo during a hurricane. Five minutes walk inland from the hotel was the Great Salt Pond, a body of water cut off from the sea, but still home to some decent sized tarpon. The water quality is terrible as are the levels of trash floating near the shores, and due to the high concentrations of salt it's a inhospitable environment for any marine life. Regardless, I did manage to hook ...