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... glitz and bling. Casino's everywhere, shopping, etc.. And all this "stuff" brings the bad element with it as well- so you have to be a tad bit more careful here than where I have been previously. But this time it won't matter- I'm staying put and kicking back. In a week I'll be back for another one day layover and then I will do some exploring. Now for a ...
... it up to the till and one of the ladies said, "Excuse me, miss, but there's a lizard on your dress." I had to battle with the little guy to get him off. He sure liked that dress.
We just finished sorting for the day (today's Sunday) so I'm catching up on my field reports, sipping on a coffee and munching on some plantain chips. It's a bit of a cloudy day, but considering I lobstered it up a bit yesterday, I'm grateful for a break from the sun.
... adding to the challenge of finding that idyllic walk route for which we continue to hunt.
We aren’t finished yet, however, and we’ve expected from the beginning that St. Martin/Maarten would be the most challenging of the islands on our agenda. Stay ...
... The unmistakable smell of fire! And there it was. What at some time in its life had been quite a nice boat, was now going up in flames. And on the water as well. Fortunately no one on board. All that was left, was a blackened and charred still mouldering hull and with a few licks of flames emanating from within the stern. We circled it
just to make sure..... yes..... nobody in trouble...... and continued on our way. (Hope you like the video.) Lunch in the ...
... well the day prior. Total straight line distance - 21 miles. The wind was blowing harder still – 20-25 from the east. Seas were 6-8 feet. We again set the full mainsail and genoa. Crewmember Mike was not with us this day due to projects he had to complete on Awakening.
The Multihull 2 start was almost a carbon copy of the day before. The starting line was in the same position, the windward mark was in the same position, and ...