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... one place on the island that volcanic activity left big boulders strewn about. We walked among them, duly impressed by the rocks and cacti. After that, we were taken to the area where a land-bridge used to be battered by ocean waves. Unfortunately, one wave too many battered it and it collapsed about 10 years ago. There is a smaller land bridge nearby, so all is not lost for those tourists who are excited by such things. This northern ...
... of the working week. Just had lunch. Billy had pasta and chips followed by a big steak burger and chips followed by cake and cookies. I had a salad. He on a seafood diet. See food and eat it. Have you seen that Man vs food programme. Billy hosting an English version
Done a deal with jet ski man for later this afternoon. I'm not having a bet on the outcome.
... Antigua flight, Kai woke up from a 2 hour nap pretty ****** off. I'm still not sure if it was a night terror or he was just really angry but he threw an epic tantrum that lasted (I counted) 25 minutes and for those 25 mins I was mortified, wanted to DIE. It's bad enough for your child to throw a tantrum at home but in public and on a plane where you can't really do anythign or go anywhere ughh!!! I think ...
... of them came running out if the bushes, hissing and whistling and obviously on the lookout for tidbits.
Now maybe it was a bit over ambitious of me, but when I heard the name "West Indian Whistling Duck" I was expecting something quite spectacular. Perhaps not quite the theme from "A Fistful of Dollars" or a selection of Andrew Lloyd Webber's hits, but I was expecting a bit more than ...
... later arrived at Gatwick.
Elaine and David had already checked their bags in and were settled in the hotel when we arrived. After all that trauma we had a nice meal and in the morning dropped the cars off, got through security without massive delays, and finally got to the departure gate. It was here we were told there would be a short delay as the cabin crew had got themselves locked in the crew room. Hollow laughter ensued.
But we ...