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So they pulled my dad aside after the flight here, accused him of CHILD TRAFFICKING because he bought food on the plane for 5 'kids', he was not amused. It's 2 adults, 2 young adults, and 4 teens in our group. For the bus ride to the hotel we loaded up on beers. Way overpriced! But hey we made it. Greetings from paradise. Got WiFi intermittently. Drinking age here is 18 *wink wink* so we're making use of the all inclusion. Will check back if/when I'm not hammered. Also, my step bro might be flying down to join us in a day or two!124 posts and 90 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
>view from the hotel room
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">>[redacted] i was trotting the beach and finding interesting things in the detritus like sapphires, computer parts, and bags of money when something scraped the back of my hand. I thought maybe it was an urchin but it was actually the sandy fingers of my scruffy nephew, whose name escapes me at the moment. I was surprised that he found me where I was as it had been a long day hang-gliding and we were all exhausted, but we had to improvise something to get away from those rabid albino panthers that were chasing us.
He brought me to the wreckage of ship which was just outside the cave which skimmed the foot of the famous acantilados de dominica, where a white-suited and wealthy looking captain was pacing barefooted in the sand. When I asked what was wrong, he explained that he had been in charge of a geology tour of the Greater Antilles that culminated with an interior but treacherous-to-reach recess in the cave in front of us.
"Only a small vessel can get in--perhaps only something as small as a kyak--and out. I brought my group in but nearly sank trying to get back to sea. Now my group is stuck inside..."
The group, he went on to tell me, were a mix of co-eds, swimsuit enthusiasts, and coquettes, no doubt starved of excitement having been stuck together on such a long geology tour.
"Who," he cried, "Who has both the skills to handle this small boat that I have, as well as the temperance and hospitality to transport willing passengers from such an unsavory location without being too obtrusive about their own affairs?"
My little nephew tugged at my hand and implored me with his gaze. He really cared about this for some reason.
"Oh you," I said, patting him on the head. "Lol, I guess I'll do it."
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I can't go on with this, honestly. I hope you are enjoying yourself Boat.
I'm not sure what type of fan fiction this is but I want to join that fandom! >>798525
I start my 1000 mile drive home in about 2 hours!