The Catamaran Hotel
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Set sail early for English Harbour, the past lair and hideaway of Nelson. A lively sail. S.E and gusty, hitting 11 knots with the main sail and I jib. Half way and a pod of half a dozen or more pilot whales were effortlessly humping and lolloping across our tail!!! They were amazingly graceful for their size and paying no attention to us only 20 ft away. We came into Freemans ...
... note peep that they let out. Even in unison it was a bit disappointing.
Having convinced these birds we had nothing edible to give them, we carried on our walk around the lake (although they followed us around for some time before we shook them off) and saw some golden plovers, some Caribbean Moorhens (as stupid looking as the English ones) and quite a few other creatures which ...
... a laughing matter from where I'm sitting, I can tell you. But I thought Min and Elaine were going to burst something, as they just could not stop laughing. David did not help by joining in, and from then on my "scabby bum" has been a constant source of amusement.
At lunch today there was a "sort of" fashion show. The local boutique sent some clothes and models over to show off their latest range of ...
... anything about that on the ticket.
And so it was that I broke the 4 minute mile, to my cabin, change shoes and back in 3.9 minutes flat. Once we were loaded onto the minibus, I could relax.
It was a 20 minute drive to the bikes, just 8 of ...
... needed in their daily life. A large farmers market inside was filled with local produce, harvested and brought into town for sale. A small Kiosk for clothing and across a small street was the meat market. Although the main days of the market was on Saturday there was still a few locals still shopping even though it was past the morning when the market was at its busiest. Although it is located on a flat section of land it looked as if the builders took every advantage to ...