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It is nearly 8pm and I'm sitting in the office with half of the staff waiting for Hurricane Gonzalo to arrive. We are in phase where it says "The calm before the storm". I secured my appartment and packed my bag to stay at Nigel's for the night. Right now it is Category one, so not too much panic around here. I will report in my next entry!
Concerning the last weekend: it was fantastic. On Friday I went out to Mullies after work to meet Will, a good friend from diving. We're ...
... dinghy I have ever seen flying at well over 60 miles per hour and easily clearing all the hills around. The excitement of everyone who saw this spectacle was just amazing.
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And finally, just when you think you've seen everything, something else pops up. On the fuel dock of one of the smaller islands, we came across a red London Telephone box. Just another wonder of the world.
... with us while we waited! She was awesome and we would consider staying there if we ever came back again. The grounds were nicely kept and the rooms are right on the beach!! Amb and I have booked a snorkeling trip for Saturday and it leaves out of Soper’s Hole. We wanted to make sure that we knew where we were going because we had to arrive by 9:15 am. We continue down the road from Long ...
... for Thanksgiving and the turkey was really good. Fortunately, the kids that joined their parents for dinner were seated with them this time. Also, our tablemates didn’t show again.
After dinner, I was getting tired, so we went to the casino for a little bit. I left after a few hands, and Rob stayed. Back at the room, I put the breakfast order out and set the alarm.
... admit, though, that the impact was lessened having seen what I've learned is one of the pristine examples in the world.Dart and I stayed out for about an hour slathered with SPF 9000 sunscreen and our UV blocking suits. We looked out of place among the bronzed and bikini-clad, but didn't burn, either. We've spent virtually the whole trip at lower than 20 degrees latitude and neither of us look like we've spent a lot of time in the sun...that's a good thing.Once finished at the bay, ...