The Summit Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the rum punches are catching up with us! An early morning wake up call with the cruisers net kicking in at 7.30 to remind us we are back on board and lots happening. Our Bimini extension is still not in place despite the canvas man having had a whole month to do it so we spend some time tracking him down and reminding him we are leaving very soon! Meanwhile a dinghy to sell and a freezer to buy and davits to construct- busy ...
... and we departed. Love that guy! Quiet Tilly!
Sat morning we were waiting for the Cape Air counter to open and who comes walking in but Ronnie Bryan and his new wife Shenee. He had promised to bring her to meet us during the week, and had not made it over, so they came down to the airport to see us off. No surprise, she is a sweet darling girl and a perfect match for Ronnie, I am so happy for them and wish them endless love.
Cape Air was a first ...
... the run. And yes, another face plant. Please click on the video to watch him doing it.
So much for this frivolity. Now the real stuff starts, The Heineken Regatta. One of the world’s major regatta’s, and this year there are over two hundred yachts entered. Oh, and just in case you were wondering, the obligatory massive parties. And the good news is that they’re on our local beach within a five minute walk. Will blog this really soon.
... driver who we negotiate to take us around the Island. We have always been on the south side of ST. Maarten which is Dutch owned, today we venture to all parts of the Island and into the French part of the Island. St. Maarten is the smallest Island to be owned by two separate countries. We stop for 45 minutes in the French capital Marigot. Lovely marinas and shore line. Town awful. Maybe our mood is not up for it today. back to our lovely ship by water taxi to ...
... to bite into the soft sand and then her and the party finally dropping over the side and into the cool water. Just total bliss.
Enough of this rambling. Instead of these wonderful exciting things we had planned, there’s lots of formal boring stuff she’s done a thousand times. So rather than sticking to our wonderful exciting stuff we’d planned for her, the politicians made her stick to the script.... Both Dyana & I know that being cooped ...