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... the tender boat back there was time to relax after showering and changing. We had signed up for the Nutmeg and Spice tour for tomorrow, so I got out my DK Caribbean book and retread the relevant entries.
At dinner we sat with two Poms from Amersham and had a discussion about working for Fords as they had worked for the company around the time I had. Back in the 80s it employed over 100,000 people in the UK, and apparently that ...
... We decided to make some lunch and Justine whacked a few eggs in the microwave. Although an easy mistake to make, It's safe to say she's winning the best bomb-making award of the elective so far! The bang itself made us all jump and egg found its way over to the opposite side of the room. Top banter. In the afternoon, I had a really interesting chat with a member of the Caribbean Healthy lifestyle group. We discussed what the group gets up to and ...
... forward to moving on to a different specialty next week. The highlight was visiting Fort Charlotte. It gave some really impressive views of St Vincent and we got some lovely photos. We also learnt a bit more about the history of the island and its people, the Caribs. Tonight, we're having a farewell meal with our friends from Sheffield Uni, who are moving on to pastures new this weekend. We're planning on going over to Young island, an ...
... days stay as a gale was blowing offshore with 3m + waves,
as we are 7 days up on the schedule we can afford this and what a place to be held up
we had found out the Caribbean T20 cricket is on in St Lucia 16-18 jan so we are aiming for that now.
5/1 a quiet day in Bequia- went for a walk to the top of the hill (steep and long) to see the sea on the windward side of the island – very rough-
6/1 another day in Port Elizabeth ...
In the company of "Balvenie" we left Bequia and headed south to the next island of Canouan. Mark and Amanda threw up their main and pulled out the genoa and they were off. We opted to roll out the genoa and throw out a fishing line instead of racing! But by the time they pulled it all down and anchored at Canouan we were right there. Slow and steady wins the race!!!