Bleue comme toi / Blue like you
Trip Start Oct 01, 1988
89Trip End Ongoing
Avec tout ça j'ai oublié de vous dire que nous venions de passer Nassau. Nous nous dirigeons maintenant vers les îles de Turks et Caicos. L'atterrissage se fera à Provinciales pour une escale technique (essence et, espérons, déjeuner, celui du midi)
Le personnel de l'aéroport est agréable et les douanes sans problème. Nos passeports ne sont tamponnés que parce que nous voulons allez manger. La nourriture locale est bonne. Sortir du parking s'avère être toute une histoire en soi. Ces gens pourraient vraiment être utiles dans nos grandes villes aux heures de pointe...
Fill up the thermos, pay the bill and say thank you. Once again, it's time to leave. Quickly we're over the water. A very very nice blue. Jaws can come anytime they want, we're too high for them. My swimsuit is safe in my luggage. The blue seems to be changing every second. Every 10 minutes a new island appears below us. I don't know which one to choose for my next vacations. Maybe I'll keep that one for when I retire. Unless I take this one... Or that one. If it keeps going like that I'm going to have a very busy retirement. I better plan it carefully.
In the middle of all this I forgot to tell you we just passed Nassau. We're heading now for Turks and Caicos Islands. Next landing will be at Provinciales for fuel and, hopefully, lunch. The approach above water is breathtaking. The water is so clear. Can I jump now? What do you mean I have to put my swimsuit first?
People in Provinciales airport are nice and customs are hassle free. We only get a stamp because we want to go for lunch. Local food is ok. Getting out of the parking lot could be a story in it self. Man, these people could be useful on one of our big cities...