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... They took the suggestion very badly, and recited off that it was crazy to think there was a god for different things, because there is only one god. So I tried to explain that the ancient Romans and Greeks believed in a god for almost everything and I fact the planets are named after certain gods. Then we told them that in the Hindu religion they also believe in a god for different things. Whilst it is absolutely fine for them ...
... through. Fri - day 3 Getting ready for a trip out in our new motor Eric checks the boot ( dry locker at front of dinghy) and there is a lot of water in it! After bailing out it still keeps coming in so we decide another trip back across the lagoon to point out our problem! A mystified service man can't see where the problem is so decides to hoist the dingy out the water to check the bottom. No damage no holes so he decides to open the valve on the bottom to see what is ...
... and set off back to the catamaran. So seeing Sandy Island again made me wonder whatever happened to the parrot. Now here’s something for the art aficionado’s. There is a very famous artist called Escher. He did drawing of the most impossible things, very much like Heath Robinson. Well, Escher did a drawing of a waterfall running down several flights of stairs, and would you believe it.... ending up at the original height again. A brilliant optical illusion. Well, ...
... a lot of shops and restaurants lining the pier. We wandered outside the closed in pier area to see more and were shocked at what appeared a poor quality of living. Although right behind the pristine dock area and expensive yachts appeared poverty stricken homes, the people we saw and talked to appeared to be in good spirits. We stopped at a restaurant and had a quick hotdog, fries and drink. When our hour was up, we headed back to the boat for what ...
... as the rest of the guests board. Fendi our cabin steward greets us and takes us to our cabin no.125. A category 4 cabin (top cabins are category 1 and the lowest is 6 no window). Our cabin is more spacious than expected and a decent wet shower room. A quick read of some of the on board information including activities schedule etc. then on deck to meet the rest of the crowd. We explore the Clipper and agree it is even better than expected. An announcement ...