This wedding had plenty of action and drama (ooh sounds like a soapy, shame if you are hooked already). As I arrived and was about to check in I bumped into Sindy in a bit of a panic as she was running late and needed to still change rooms as well. Little did she know that she would be waiting for the guys but those details will follow (the suspense is building). Fifteen minutes before the service was about to start the one groomsman realizes his trousers are the wrong size and is now running around St Lucia (one horse town and the horse does not wear jean pant) and so ended up with a guest’s pair of trousers that were similar ( sort of as they also had two legs). I met the priest who looked rather serious but this is how it panned out: “Hi I am Wade.” Approximately 70-80 year old priest with the thickest Irish accent “I am Declan O’Flaherty from Poland. You can tell by my accent.” I knew straight away that this was going to be a good service and it actually was with some very clever stories that strong messages behind them. Next it was off to do the photoshoot in the blazing heat and sunshine at the nearby Lake St Lucia. When I mentioned to the guys to come stand down in amongst the Mangroves I was met with a lot of “no ways” because of all the crocodiles and hippos in the area. I called them girls (don’t mean to offend you ladies) for being so scared until we saw a small crocodile (ankle biter or knee cap at best) swim off from a couple of meters away. Later that evening towards the end of the night Neil and Sindy, who love Hippos, asked me to join them in a Hippo hunt. We just sneaked away from all the guests and climbed on the back of Neil’s 4×4 and off we went searching for Hippos. We found one small one but could not get close enough to photograph it. Never a dull moment in St Lucia. Thanks guys for an entertaining day, should I be paying you haha!