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It appears that Min and I may not be married after all. The registrar has spelt Min's first name wrong. Instead of Deirdre they've got Dandre. This has quickly become Dandruff. However, this can be changed and we are awaiting the delivery of a correct wedding certificate. However, if we don't get one I think that means we are not really married. Whew!
In other news and good news, is that David's brother Alan who was taken ill on holiday, is back home, ...
For months the kids talked about how Santa was going to find our boat in the Caribbean Sea. They questioned if he would get their letters. The wondered how they were going to spend Christmas without a tree and stockings? Well, like all years past, Santa just knows and also a little help from his elf, Peter Max Present. It was without fail, Peter came on December 1st to receive their letters to ...
... talking to the owner of one of the Italian restaurants , or at a bar watching the World Cup matches. This experience has been wonderful because the people are the heart of the island and they make it come alive. We hope to return again as tomorrow we are able to finally install our radar and get our port engine dashboard repaired. Off to Montserrat next.
Sorry for the lack of pictures. We are still having technical issues with uploading them.
... line dancing, trivia, walking, basketball and lots of eating. It was 77 degrees both days.
We arrived in the capital city, St. John's, of Antigua on March 12th to 80 degree temperatures. Antiguans like to boast that they have 365 beaches. This island was first occupied by Arawak Indians in 200 BC. Then came the Caribs, an Amazonian tribe, ...
... Westerly Corsair bought after it was damaged from hurricane Ivan, told us about the green flash (green ray) at the last moment of sunset. Quite rare but a spectacular phenomenon if seen, so we watched without blinking, but no flash that night. It's all about the refraction of the three primary colours at the point the sun goes over the horizon, red being scattered causing us to see red skies, blue going directly up but away, green bends over the curvature, which is ...