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[caption id="attachment_5622" align="alignnone" width="800"] The Bombardier Challenger 300, business jet, at St Helena Airport, ready for the first flight. I'm already on board in this picture with the first group of eight to go.[/caption] 16 Saints Flying From St Helena Airport

[caption id="attachment_5521" align="alignnone" width="800"] The RMS St Helena's life has been extended following problems with wind shear at the airport. Here she is in December 2016, heading off to Ascension Island on the Christmas shuttle run.St Helena 2016: The Year

St Helena Christmas Photo Album | Sharon Henry The best time to visit St Helena is at Christmas when the agapanthus bloom, lights go up, carollers sing and the streets play host to festive parades. At this time of year

[caption id="attachment_5430" align="alignnone" width="800"] St Helena Island's Festival of Lights 2016.[/caption] CHRISTMAS NUMBER FIVE | Darrin Henry Tonight’s Festival of Lights on St Helena was once again a dazzling success. It’s becoming a habit that everyone is quite happy to get used to

[caption id="attachment_5251" align="alignnone" width="800"] St Helena Tour in PicturesAn unusual view of the turbines on Deadwood Plain through the long zoom, with the hulk of Longwood Barn rising up in the background.[/caption] PHOTOS FROM THE HARD DRIVE | Darrin Henry Right place,

GIVE ME WINGS | Darrin Henry There was string, Sellotape, masking tape, safety pins, cable ties, wire, bendy plastic water piping; there were feathers, silky fabric, net curtains, cardboard, crepe paper, painted bed sheets and tin foil; and there was music

[caption id="attachment_4870" align="alignnone" width="800"] The new and the old. St James Church in September 2016 with the new spire erected earlier that same month. Much lighter at 5.5 tonnes, made of steel and shorter (15m) than the original, this brand

[caption id="attachment_4799" align="alignnone" width="800"] The Winterville Mounds in Mississippi are a fascinating insight into the cultural history of the Native Americans, dating back almost 1,000 years. The story of these solid, man-made mounds was made all the more amazing by

[caption id="attachment_4342" align="alignnone" width="800"] The Georgian architecture of Jamestown, St Helena, descending down through Market Street.[/caption] Life In One Of The World's Tiniest Capitals | Sharon Henry If Joshua Slocum or even the Duke of Wellington were to step ashore in Jamestown