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Billy in What about your saucepans
What about your saucepans
Ten years in the life of a British woman
living in the Dominican Republic

Billy

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"...I was not alone in my hut, as apart from the rats, I had my very own staff. Jason, Billy, Frank and Martin. Jason was Haitian, in the country legally, and in charge of water sports, which involved handing out free masks and snorkels, fins and kayaks. The other three were Dominican and walked along the beach and by the pool, signing tourists up for pool dives, where I ..."

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Chapter 3: Family life
"...wherever and whenever I wanted. Dominicans had to have a visa for almost everywhere in the world, and visas were very difficult to obtain. I wanted so much to show him England, to meet my family. I trudged back to my hut and there, sitting chatting to Jason and Billy, was Danilo. ..."

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"...I had left my job with the dive school just before we went to the UK in April, as I needed to work more hours in the colmado, and I really enjoyed it. We also employed Jason and Billy who had worked with me. At first it was hard for me to serve people as I had no idea what they wanted for instance: ..."

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"...Jason had meanwhile come out from under the bed and was running round like a headless chicken. He tried to call 911 and there was no reply. He called the police station, but the phone had been cut off as the bill had not been paid. He called Billy, the manager of the colmado who I worked with at the dive school, and who had just climbed into bed. Billy threw on his clothes, ran outside and jumped on his motorbike, but, too frightened to come on his own, went to Vic and Rachel, an English couple from ..."
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"... in the colmado. Billy blew his horn and screamed outside their house, “Lindsay’s been shot!” Rachel ran to the door and peered out. “Billy? What the hell do you want?” “Hurry, Lindsay’s been shot! We have to do something!” “Vic!” she yelled. “Come quick, Billy ..."
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"... been shot! We have to do something!” “Vic!” she yelled. “Come quick, Billy says Lindsay’s been shot!” Vic threw on a T-shirt, ran outside and together they rode to the clinic where I had just arrived on the back of the motoconcho. The door to the clinic was firmly closed. It ..."
"...“No way!” yelled Billy. “We can’t leave her! We must do something. We need a car!” He ran out into the street, desperately looking for a car to flag down. Meanwhile, Angelita decided to become the town crier and went down to Freedom Bar on the same bike, which had taken me to ..."
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"... drove to Dr Galvas’ clinic. At the same time, Chi Chi, the maestro, had been woken up at his house by someone yelling I was dead, and while running to my house was picked up by a Haitian in a jeep, and together they raced to the clinic. Billy saw them arriving. “Thank goodness, quickly they ..."
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"... Billy saw them arriving. “Thank goodness, quickly they won’t help her here! We need to go to San Pedro. Now!” Chi Chi bundled me into the jeep and he, Billy, Juander and I set off for San Pedro de Macoris, closely followed by Margaret and Terry in their car. The drive to San Pedro was ..."
"...The drive to San Pedro was chaotic. The Haitian driver was terrified and nearly had several accidents. I lay across Billy and Chi Chi in the back seat. By now I couldn't feel or see anything, but I could hear Billy. He spoke to me in near perfect English. “Please don't die, Lindsay, don't die! Hold on, we’re nearly there. Don't die. Don't die. Just a few minutes more. Hold ..."
"...finished their night’s work. They were sitting down to a meal of salami and plantains when they were given their phones back. Danilo switched his on and was shocked at the number of messages. Suddenly it rang again and for the first time since lunchtime, he answered. It was Billy. ..."

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