I’ll never remember the moment I went to the beach in my life, but the memories will always be there.
The sun is out and the water is calm, and I feel a little bit better about myself, as a young man, when I sit on a chair and take a moment to soak in the beauty of the sun.
The sand is soft, the water cool and the sand is full of life.
I am sitting in a sun-baked beach chair on a beach in Costa Rica, sitting on the sand and watching the waves wash over the sand, the waves break the waves and the waves keep coming.
I have never seen anyone in the world so happy, I can barely hold it together.
I was on holiday with my wife, two-year-old daughter and five-year old son when I first went to visit the island.
We were sitting at the main beach, enjoying the sunshine and watching them splash in the waves, then suddenly, I heard the noise of an old man shouting: “I’m back.”
It was David Millers family, a family of beach-goers, that first started coming ashore on the Costa Rican coast in the late 1950s.
He would be at the centre of the media frenzy over the coming months, with stories of his family enjoying the beach, and of the children who would come back with their fathers.
He had become a hero of sorts, the son of a military man, the father of a former president, and the father to a former prime minister.
In the early 1970s, the family was forced to relocate to the US, and his mother was deported, with his younger brother and father taken in.
Millers own family returned to Costa Rica in 1980, and he became the youngest of seven children.
He would soon become a well-known writer and journalist, best known for his books, including The Oceanic Saga, and for his work with the Royal Family and the US Navy.
He died in 2004 at the age of 82, but his stories and images were never forgotten.
My family and I loved the beach at Costa Rica.
I’d always enjoyed swimming, so that was always part of our family beach activities, but I remember the first time I went out in the ocean, it was on the first day we’d moved to Costa Rico, in the summer of 1982.
I remember being out there in the water, with my two sons and the family, and watching a young couple walk up to me.
I couldn’t believe it.
I said: “Whoa!
Who are you?”
They were from London and I couldn’s face.
I asked: “Are you David Millman?”
They said: yes, we’re from the family that comes down from Costa Rica and we live here.
“So I asked what country he was from.
I was a little puzzled, but then they explained that he was a member of the Royal family.
I just couldn’t fathom it.”
You’ve got to be kidding me,” I thought to myself.
Then I realised that he’d been working on a series of books and articles for the British Royal family, which he wrote and edited for many years.
It was quite an interesting experience.
He was also an internationally renowned photographer.
I had seen him do portraits in the United States, and in Europe.
The first time we went to Costa Ricos, he took us out to a beautiful beach where he used to hang out with his family.
I didn’t know anything about Costa Rica then, but it was such a beautiful place.
I remember it as being so quiet, with no people around, no cars, no crowds, and no people.
I didn’t think it would be such a strange place to visit.
The people were just amazing.
They were very quiet, very calm, you could just get in and out of their presence.
We went out there one morning, and it was quite dark.
We walked into a small area, and David Mills family, in a sea of green, were sitting on a small beach.
I went up to them, asked: Where is David Mill?
They replied: “We are from the Royal Estate.”
And I asked where was my family?
They said: It’s in London.”
The sun was shining, and we were walking back to the car.
The sun was still out, and this was David’s family.
The whole of Costa Rica was in the shade, and there was just me and them, looking at each other.
I’d always been fascinated by the British royal family, because it was a fascinating subject.
I could see that David was really interested in this subject, and so I knew that I would do some of his work for the Royals.
It made me want to do it, so I decided to try and do a series.
We did a couple of books, and a few articles, and were doing the books as well.
One thing that struck me was that David