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My birthday is coming up pretty soon, and David decided to make my birthday present a hands-on one. We were looking up things to do here while on holiday, and I expressed an interest in learning how to sail. So that's what he got me: a half-day sailing lesson.
On the designated day we made our way to Rodney Bay marina, which is about 20 mins drive north of where we are staying. Our boat was called Good Expectation, and is a Carriacou sloop. Our captain James explained to us ...
... crabs, parot fish, Creole Wrass and much, much more. As I hadn't dived for nearly 2 years I had considered a refresher but within a minute or so I was happy that I hadn't paid for one as I felt fine.
We came up after nearly an hour and as we reached the surface you could just look up at the huge piton above. We got back on the boat where I was handed a cup of water, a fresh towel and then guided to some locally fresh cooked food for lunch while the ...
... shots too. I ordered a Long Island Ice Tea which was a lot stronger than I was expecting, but still made my way through it. We headed to meet some other students in KeeBees, our new favourite bar. They had karoke on, which was generally pretty awful. After those who wanted to sing did, we headed to Verve for some rum punch, better music and dancing. Was a fantastic night with me getting home about just after ...
... into their holes at the slightest movement. Hide and seek is second nature for these guys.
After enjoying the views of the bay I made my way on foot around the marina to get to Rodney Bay's beach and to visit extended extended family! It was such a long walk but yielded views of the local shopping centre and the diverse variety of food available to tourists. Clearly there are a lot in Season. Eventually I arrived at a fantastic ...
... sharp, St. Helena is more sculpted with slightly softer peaks and ridges that have been eroded away since the volcanic activity ceased. In all, it stirred a great sense of interest and adventure as more and more features of the landscape presented themselves with each passing mile closer to the bay and anchorage at Jamestown.
At first, only a few small houses could be seen sitting on a long sloping plateau that led to a sheer drop from the cliff tops to the ...
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