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... in there. I got back home by 4ish, had a little nap and got up in time to go to football training... the fitness side was a nightmare; 30+°s and doing real exercise for the first time 3 months, but other than that I was pleased to see my ability hadn't completely deserted me. Four of us went out for a few drinks and some food that was far too spicy for me after training, before Jabz and I made our way home. Jabz's mum took me on another little tour in the ...
... whilst they tied along side and boarded us proper.Our first time experience of this, and not knowing what to expect from these draconian s!! The Captain was asked his name again and only when shown the papers did they believe! I was left to watch the yacht and re answer the previous questions too. When asked my first name, he said I'd said it was Brittany before! I just retorted, yes you wish!! luckily he laughed. Craig was escorted downstairs and every locker and ...
... br> "Miss Wilson."
"Which Miss Wilson?"
"ENID! Let me go put on a shirt!"
He spun on his heel and scurried away back into the house.
Moments later he reappeared wearing a shirt and he scampered (pixie-like) over to where Enid sat in the car. He was breathlessly excited to see her.
It turned out this man was the 72 year old son of the original Mr. Ali, who had set up his first doubles hamper in front of Enid's father's rum ...
... not have the time of equipment (a boat) to get to the good snorkelling but the bay was lovely and you could see the small islands of Little Tobago, Black Rock and Goat Island out further into the bay. The return journey took me down the east coast (Atlantic), which doesn’t have quite as nice beaches but has much better and straighter roads! The return journey was much faster and easier but as it hit 4pm the local traffic built up and I made sure that I was careful with all of ...
... of citizens as the number of people who live in the Atlanta area! We learned that they speak English but with a strong British accent with a mixture of their own words. Since they were once a colony of Britain, they do drive on the opposite side of the road than we do here in the US. The temperature at 10:45 AM was about 32 degrees Celsius, which is about 92 or 93 degrees ...
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