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Anne F.

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Post by Anne F. » Fri Mar 11, 2005 5:44 pm

Dear Paul: Have a great time in Tobago and keep the good weather coming. We arrive in Castara on April 4th. Too bad we won't be able to buy you a drink and have a bit of a chin wag! Maybe next time. Only 24 days to go.......

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Post by Paul Tallet » Fri Mar 11, 2005 7:12 pm

Hi Anne

Have good holiday too ... sorry we cannot meet but there seems to be quite a crowd in Castara to keep you company.

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Post by Julia C. » Fri Mar 11, 2005 8:20 pm

Happy holidays Paul! :D
Hopefully see you sometime after 31st.
And Anne we may see you too! :lol:

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Post by Paul Tallet » Fri Mar 11, 2005 10:32 pm

Hiya Julia

I'll look out for you !!

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Post by Jane H » Fri Mar 11, 2005 11:55 pm

Paul

You have to tear yourself away from the computer. For goodness sake, get yourself away to Gatport Airwick and enjoy your holiday!!!!

Looking forward reading your posts on your return

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Post by Paul Tallet » Sat Mar 12, 2005 12:51 am

Don't worry Jane

I will vacate my station and be gone about 1045 Saturday morning ... train to Gatwick and then flight on Sunday.

May have a little sneak view while in the hotel ... can't help it.

But how can I possibly resist when you see reports (in another thread) from Sabina about turtles starting to lay eggs on the beaches.

I am watching the cloud cover dispersing, the winds easing and the seas calming ... it is looking like a good week.

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Post by Steve Wooler » Sat Mar 12, 2005 1:23 pm

Hi Paul

Sorry our paths won't cross - I've arrived back in the last 24 hours. Hope you have a wonderful holiday. Give my regards to Ancle, Steph, Marguarite and everyone else in Castara.
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Post by Julia C. » Sat Mar 12, 2005 2:02 pm

Welcome back Steve.
Did you have a good time?
I can't wait for your new reports! :lol: Especially Castara as that was a "new" area for you to stay in and the only area I know. 8)
Are you over your jetlag yet?

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Post by Steve Wooler » Sat Mar 12, 2005 3:01 pm

Hi Julia

We had a truly wonderful stay, thank you. Hopefully our reviews will start appearing in about eight weeks time - as soon as I've caught up on all the work I've shelved for the past two months. Castara was great. Jet lag not so great - despite a good (and early) flight home with Excel.
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Post by Paul Tallet » Sun Mar 13, 2005 11:05 am

Hi all

In gatwick ... delayed 4 hours ... be there 2100 tt time
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Post by Anne F. » Mon Mar 14, 2005 8:07 pm

Dear Julia C.: We'll be in Castara from April 4 -19, so hopefully we'll run into you at the Cascreole, the Boathouse or one of the other laid back, funky bars in Castara. 21 days to go..... :D

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Post by Paul Tallet » Wed Mar 16, 2005 1:18 pm

Hi all

Got here really late on Sunday night, sorry I missed some that were waiting to say Hi at the Barbecue ... but I am here.

The weather is beautiful, dry, sunny and a cool easterly breeze ... no humidity.

Castara beautiful as usual ... some changes, more on this when I get back.

Went to Speyside yesterday ... although the damage from the November rains is not immediately apparent, the areas of Delaford and Speyside were clearly terribly affected and I am amazed how the roads are still operational.

Ancle got this PC fixed today but connections are erratic and will try to post weather updates this way or through Steve who has kindly offered to help.

Regards (having a greeeaaat time!)
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Post by Kevin Hampson » Wed Mar 16, 2005 1:30 pm

Hi Paul,
Glad you can still keep in touch. I'm expecting a live weather up date on Sunday now.

How's the Rum Punch.


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Post by Paul Tallet » Wed Mar 16, 2005 4:16 pm

Hi Kevin

Not met Brian yet ... guess he is busy somewhere ... going there on Sunday for a Pool competition ... the pool boss in town is Dexter and he will have to play me to win ... HA HA.

Weather will be Saturday as usual, subject to technology of course.

Anyway ... lunchtime ... off for another of those Roti from D'Almond Tree ... have you tried their ice creams? ... COR, yum yum ..

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Post by Kevin Hampson » Wed Mar 16, 2005 5:36 pm

Hi Paul,
Green with envy we had Roti and rum n' raisin ice cream at the D'Almond Tree on our last visit to Castara.

Is the cook still "chasein' de dam chickin outa de kitchin"

Best of luck with the Pool

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Post by Paul Tallet » Wed Mar 16, 2005 7:41 pm

Yes Kevin ... indeed de damned chiggin is still coming in de damned kitchin ... and de set de dogs on it if is carries on in dis way.

His name is Hector, by the way :shock:

Yes the ice cream was rum and 'raisin' hell with the children, who want more and more.

I just realised that Brian works in Heavenly Bay, the small bay next door so no wonder I have not seen him.

Just been for a practice on the pool tables ... just play careful and not give my game away ... :wink:

Cheers and I will send your regards to Brian when I meet him.
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