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Old 14-02-2013, 14:06   #1
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Tropical Crime & Punishment

Now this has got to be a keeper for the micahfiles....and even worthy of sharing with the CF'ers! Well written, amusing and thought provoking. Nothing about anchors though. Sry.

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People sometimes ask how I learned so much about coral atolls and islands. Itís because for three years in the late í80s I lived in one of the most beautiful places on the planet, a coral island in the South Pacific. I was the Manager of the island......(continued on link supplied above)
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Old 14-02-2013, 14:56   #2
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A great story told by a wise man. A man who actually paid attention to the strange environment in which he lived and had begun to understand the culture that surrounded him.

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Fun story, I really enjoyed it! Thanks for posting it. I hope I am as smart as he was when I get there!

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good story. If you like reading about life on nearly non populated island, read Tom Neale's "an island to oneself " some time.
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