Royal Islander Club La Terrasse Resort
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... possibly more. Then they painted
each one in a bright colour and finally, each had its own specific number painted on in black. The day before the event, they sent divers to go out and carefully place the eggs underwater. Yes, it was an underwater Easter Egg Hunt. Many were placed in the shallows for kids, while others went down to a depth of twenty or so feet. It was all divided into areas and age categories ranging from the very young, right up ...
... just hop on the dance floor and wiggle the night away by themselves! I would have loved to actually dance, but God made me with with my wings and feet molded together in an illusion of a "real" owl, so no dancing for me. I should remember to ask The Ladies to at least carry me with them on the dance floor so I can dance vicariously. That would be much better than just watching the action from my bar stool! I have been told ...
... had recharged their batteries so when Tina and I started to fade they moved on to the Red Piano Bar further up the road getting back to the hotel at about something to one or two am. Seems like they had fun but they were still asleep when Tina dropped me off at the yacht this morning. We'll get the full story tonight I'm sure. I posted a couple of photos from the Buccaneer.
The work on "Dave" continues unabated though at times it ...
... Still have to go up the mast and reattach the antennae so they can test whether the cable was damaged in the storm with the antennae whipping around in the wind. Seeing the damage it did to other yacht components I suspect the cable will need replacing. Whilst they're up the mast they will replace the anchor light and steaming light with LED's. We'll also do the rest of the Nav Lights to reduce power usage. All the internal lights ...
... survive. They have free wifi and have a happy hour every afternoon from Five till six where all drinks are $2. So don't try contacting me after 5pm. The other bonus is that all the companies doing work on the yacht are within two blocks so I will not need a car either. So living costs will drop right down which is great. Accommodation and the motor hire will have cost me close to $1700 because of the delays but there is nothing anyone could really have done to avoid them after the Hurricane.