The Hot Leg's cabaret was a bit of a let down
apparently, more like luke warm legs. John and I restricted our
involvement to looking at the sexy legs displayed on the ticket but did not feel
like venturing out for the 11 o'clock show. We were told that looking at
the ticket was more exciting than anything in the show. If
I tell you that it commenced with a half hour of presentations to the local
Portuguese handball champions then you will get the idea.
Sunday was a day off. Unfortunately Andrew
Bishop one of the rally organisers had been giving us completely unfounded stick
for not inviting other boats for a drink so we decided that we would invite
everyone else round for a few afternoon cocktails. The pictures in the
gallery should give some idea of what transpired but the highlights were as
1. All boats came along.
About 50 in total.
2. It started at 4 in the
afternoon. The last person left at 2 in the morning.
3. Drink consumption - three
cases of wine, 7 1/2 bottles of vodka, rum, gin, numerous cans of beer and
cider. One glass of water.
4. John "Cocktail Man" Hutton
excelled in the production of mojitos and sea breezes
5. The music became so loud the
stereo blew up.
6. Fortunately, as a rugby man,
Mark from Blue Beyond had a full repertoire of songs and was an
7. Certain female guests
found innovative uses for the Bali Hai grass skirts as replacements
for their own garments