This weeking there was a forecast for lots of rain ; like usual, they were wrong. Obviously we were very pleased.  On sunday morning, we went to Smith Cove.  Its near Georgetown and its a small but gorgeous beach.  Great place to snorkel or just to float around in the waves, which is what we did today. Its also a popular place for the locals, which seem to leave 7-Mile beach for the expats & tourists.

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In the afternoon, we went for a drive and found a fruit bearing mango tree on a lot with no house or anthing.  Well, Julie’s favorit fruit is the mango, so yours truly went and got a bunch for her.

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This is only part of what we got.  I picked these which were low hanging, but we went back with a bag & a stick with a hook on the end and got 20 or so more.  Most of them are not ripe yet, so Julie will be able to eat loads of Mango’s for the next week or so.  I guess we’ll go back next week to pick some more.

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Monday I leave for Miami for 3 days.  As usualy, I have a shopping list of things to get at the Dadeland mall, Target & BestBuy.  We even ordered a few books from Amazon.com & a new Breadmaker (our old one broke) on the Internet.  I have them shipped to my hotel.

On a final note, the Honda CRV should be here really soon. Its now in transit in Kingston Jamaica. I should be here by the end of next week, but never know with these things.  It will have taken 3 month in all.