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... stealthily he got down on his hands and knees, torch in hand; shining it towards the ‘snake’. And yes. There was definitely something there.. and with stripes as well. She was right! Time to do something, but what. Yes. Get the long handled broom. And a big bin of some description. Always good gladiatorial weaponry don't you think?.
So a few pokes later, proved it to be fatter than a snake. And it was not moving. Was whatever it was ...
... around to show him what he had been doing but there was nothing to see; it was all locked up in the workshop! I would have been interested in seeing it myself as there is nothing to see yet from him on the yacht!
Apparently I am playing a very smart game. Not exactly sure what game I'm playing but it is very smart evidently and I got a knowing wink from him when he told me. Perhaps it is just that I'm not harassing them because like everyone else they are behind. ...
... it has taken some co-ordinating to get it all happening at the same time but it seems to be working out.
Met another Aussie last night also named Mark. He hails from Chippendale in Sydney originally and had been sailing the world for the last seven years on his Beneteau 39 which he also purchased from Moorings. He's been in St Maarten for the last 18 months and is planning to head off again next September. Gave me a lot of info as ...
... empty apart from the alcoholic manager sticking to the bar all day and a guy from the US, that kind of quit everything to try to find a job on the island. He was really nice but not really mature nor ready for such an adventure. The guy was broke after having spent a week in a 200$ a night resort spending his time in Casinos, etc. Yep, that kind of guy... I tried to help him a bit with his plan, it was a nice guy that just needed to ...
Maarten and St. Martin have a great deal of history. It passed back
and forth between France, the Netherlands, and Spain 16 times. To
date, it is
one of the smallest Caribbean islands occupied by two sovereign
nations. Though snuggled together in a scant 37 square miles of
mountainous terrain, these two countries could not be more different.
docked in Phillipsburg, the capital of ...