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... alone, touching, snogging and dribbling all over other, it was disgusting, but they were French so they obviously couldn't help it. At one stage they disappeared from our cabin with duvets and pillows and went into the almost empty economy cabin. They returned twenty minutes later, having made, I presumed, a mile high baby. It didn't help, they were still dribbling over each other for the rest of the flight.
Having landed ...
... talking to the owner of one of the Italian restaurants , or at a bar watching the World Cup matches. This experience has been wonderful because the people are the heart of the island and they make it come alive. We hope to return again as tomorrow we are able to finally install our radar and get our port engine dashboard repaired. Off to Montserrat next.
Sorry for the lack of pictures. We are still having technical issues with uploading them.
... We discussed it after. No he said, just hold your hands high and say take what you want. They are more nervous than you. Feeling so sad and Margaret so strong. Ref back to my blog sept 7 th. Roger and Margaret Magnetic Attraction. Needless to say we are bypassing St Lucia. Wishing Margaret all the best in such tragic circumstances and speedy recovery and we will never forget the love and joy of life they both had for each other. ...
... day sunning ourselves on the grassy banks with Billy,whilst Ken took to the shade,as the action unfolded. We saw sense in the end and took cover in the shade as the game drew to its conclusion. So we packed up our flag that I know lots of you have seen and headed into town with Russ and David to celebrate. So today is a late start and into town for some retail therapy. By the way it has been flaming hot here the whole time. Wish you were ...
... Inside the harbour, a dredged out old salt pond, is a huge lakeside complex ( named jolly harbour housing estate!)with man made islands and a wet road labyrinth with every plot having its own pontoon at the front and private beach at the back.At the end of this is the marina with precious water!!:) 1st March.... Met a few interesting folk, a lovely British couple,Pete and Anne, stopped by in their dingy and gave us some spare Kingfish to cook, it was delish!! ...