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... which means sweating with a smile and dripping till you drain, then this might not be your favorite place to come, unless you do it the 5 star exclusive hotel style--not nearly as much fun as sleeping in shorts and still melting. Tropical birds wake you in the morning to an early sunrise and cloudless blue skies that promise more suntan that feels like it could be washed off by the sweat, but after your shower that day, lo and behold you are still bronzed brown by the sun!
Today we made it back to Grenada and are now anchored in the harbour, ready to leave tomorrow morning. It has been another beautiful morning.
We learned to play "the liar" with the dice and we then went off sailing the waves again. The captain told us that these are the type of waves you find crossing the ...
... them coconut water and went on to dress up. Before my flight left in the morning, I had one last thing to do. I had to catch the annual J'ouvert which was possibly the craziest street party that I had ever been to. I came back this morning at 6 am. My flight was at 8. This is when I bid farewell. Goodnight my kids. I know I will always tell you not to leave, but in order to find yourselves, you have to lose yourself in the world first. If possible, always take me with you. Lots of love. ...
The flight out of Antigua for St. Georges, Grenada (TGPY) was pretty uneventful. I saw some nice rainbows over Antigua created by quickly passing rain showers as I climbed out southbound. I had filed for FL090 but eventually asked for and got FL110 to get over some thickened clouds on a route direct from TAPA to TGPY. This route is pretty much over open water. A more ...
... from the nearest land. It seemed unperturbed and wasn't distressed as far as you could tell, anyway after an half an hour of circling the ship it cleverly decided to stop and rest on the one part of the ship which is a) out of bounds to passengers, and b) out of view, after an hour or so it apparently flew off still heading out to sea. One of the passengers from the camera club managed to get some remarkable shots of the owl which was later identified as a short eared ...
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