St. Christopher Club
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... anchor and drifted towards their boat. Peter had to cut their line and drop his anchor to the bottom of the sea in order to avoid a colossal collision. Fortunately the ferry company paid for a diver to retrieve their anchor and brought it back to them. None the less, what a scary experience. We pulled into dock and was met by the dock master Steve Richards, locally known as "Trucky". He got his nickname because he used to drive the beer delivery trucks ...
Mother is the sun.
My brother is the boy in the clouds and I am the girl from the stars.
Many call us gods, many call us guardians.
No matter what you call us, we like to be known as the people in the sky.
We may all be as light as a pearl.
But we are the people in the sky saying good morning and good night.
For now let's just say good bye because we are the people in the sky.
... which closes at 2:30. Had a hearty lunch. Then I attended the talk about traveling to Mongolia with the eagle hunters by a guy named Matthew Traver (www.mattewtraver.com) which was interesting. Then I watched the cooking demonstration which was very non-informative. After taking a nap, Amber and I went to the spa and had the steam bath. Very nice.
Dinner at the Blu dining room was again quite good, but we all got stuffed again. It ...
... in the second and won a deserved victory, the frogs for a wooden spoon whitewash?? After a day of beer we decided to stay onboard for the evening and go and see the Leewards v Trinidad 50 over match tomorrow only 400m away, and hopefully meet up with the Hampshire vets !! Who played their 3 days ago.
24/2 We got up early for a Sunday morning and walked the 300 yards from the port up to the cricket stadium, another beautiful venue and really expensive at $EC10 for a seat in ...
... events all month long. I heard that some of my co-workers go every night. I'm not doing that, but last night, we went to a "launch party."
The day after Christmas is jouvert morning (pronounced "joo-vay"), which is a morning full of fun and parades and dancing, I'm told. I expect that it's similar to what I went to in Cayon in May, but scaled up. To "lead" the parades, I guess, there are jouvert troups. Each troop has a big party where ...