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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... news this week is that I officially finish here in a little over 3 weeks, and I haven't yet secured a position elsewhere. I want to stay in the Caribbean as I like it over here, and I desperately want Reilly to come and join me ASAP (that is in motion at home with thanks to mummy!), but since it is just coming into the main time of hurricane seasons lot of places over here are closing for the month of September, and high season doesn't really kick ...
... of solar panels on the roof; it only method of power for propulsion. I can’t tell you much more about it, because the following morning, she left our waters heading for the Americas. Hope you like the pictures.
Oh. And to finish with, I needed to buy a cable for our TV. It came in this packet, and I hope you can spot the deliberate spelling mistake. If you’re struggling, look for the word between 24K ... and plated.
... though, that it did look really good and was quite tempting. The music was loud..... and when I say loud, I mean ear shattering loud. We sat outside the enormous marquee well away from the loud speakers watching the revelers dancing inside, and it looked like lots of fun. So there
were also many activities going on outside as well. First came the angels; who were preaching about not drinking and driving. They might as well have been talking to a brick wall for all ...
... 8217;m sure that will be another story!
And now as Monty Python used to say, “For something Completely Different.” We know someone who knows someone who decided to have what they called, ‘Chanting with Chocolate’ and while I’m not necessarily into chanting, the chocolate bit really interested me. See how... now what’s the word...... yes... chocoholics’R’us. So where else in the world can you be with ...
... and up a couple of heart-attack hills to Fort Amsterdam. Walking these hills isn’t so bad, but trying to keep a bike moving fast enough to avoid walking it taxed us.
The fort was delightful – a collection of simple ruins going back to 1631, a few stone walls ...