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yvon



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No badge, no pass ISPS intruder on Quai des Tourelles, at Fort de France, on November 9th 2019.

In the background, the tug CHIEFTAN (IMo9429522)
· Date: Wed, 8 January 20 · Views: 145
· Filesize: 38.0kb, 422.7kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 683 ·
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Keywords: ISPS intruder
Location photo was taken: Fort de France
Date photo was taken: November 9th 2019
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makko

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Wed, 8 January 20 12:51

And no PPE! Great picture, it gave me a good chuckle.Belated best wishes for the New Year.
Rgds.
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yvon
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Wed, 8 January 20 13:00

Never too late.
Happy New Year Dave !
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Frank P

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Thu, 9 January 20 06:14

Nice photo Yvon, is the lizard a wild one or one of your pets?..........

A belated Happy New Year also..

Cheers Frank
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yvon
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Thu, 9 January 20 20:03

No Frank, I am not sufficiently sophisticated to own such a pet ;-)
They are wild lizards. They live in the rockfills of the quays or in the trees. The grain silo area is also a good place. They swim very well and are not agressive.
Sometime, one of them is transformed in carpet by the wheels of a big lorry Sad end !
Cheers,
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makko

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Thu, 9 January 20 22:39

Frank/Yvon,

I worked for one year in Lazaro Cardenas, Michoacan, on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. As part of my contract, I had a house and could live with my family, which at that time was wife and No.1 daughter.

The house was brilliant, a well distributed bungalow. However, there was a young iguana that lived under the porch. Whenever we opened the door, the rascal (bright green) would try to get in to enjoy the air conditioning! I miss him!

Rgds.
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Frank P

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Fri, 10 January 20 10:05

When I first went to stay in the Philippines (1990's) we used stay in our native house and there were quite a few different lizards around the house and grounds, they were mainly Gecko's.

Occasionally you would see large lizards up to about a metre, every time I saw one I had not got my camera with me......
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