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A CASE OF BAD WIND | Darrin Henry I’m sure St Helena must have been blown a few inches north; it’s been so blustery today! Swelly seas and gale force winds; that’s us at the moment. The blowy conditions I’m guessing was

[caption id="attachment_5098" align="alignnone" width="800"] Fantastic display of lightning off the coast of St Helena Island. Taken from Alarm Forest; Jacob's Ladder (string of lights) to lower right, the single bright light on the ridge is in Half Tree Hollow. Picture

[caption id="attachment_4770" align="alignnone" width="800"] On an early morning hike to Blue Point, the sun turns the Sandy Bay landscape into a silhouette. The square cornered cliff top in the distance is Sandy Bay Barn, another post box walk. The knobbly

[caption id="attachment_574" align="alignnone" width="800"] The famous RMS frogs.[/caption] Part 2, Memories of Voyage 221 | Darrin Henry Back to our five day voyage on the RMS St Helena, travelling from St Helena Island to Cape Town, South Africa. As I mentioned in Part

[caption id="attachment_567" align="alignnone" width="800"] Passengers gathered in the sun lounge.[/caption] Memories of Voyage 221 | Darrin Henry So here we are at sea, two days into our five day voyage on the Royal Mail Ship (RMS) St Helena, travelling from St Helena

St Helena's Whale Sharks | Sharon Henry I am in the sea, a mile out from shore, swimming after a massive whale shark. My heart is pounding as I struggle against choppy waves while at the same time my eyes are

[caption id="attachment_220" align="alignnone" width="800"] Elizabeth, Al and Raphael, three excitable characters.[/caption] WHALE SHARK EXPERTS VISIT ST HELENA | Sharon Henry These little blue pills are working wonders, two and a half hours in and I'm still going strong, haven't chucked up yet