Barrie & Sue Kaye
In 1962 Sue was on a train, somewhere in Europe on her way to ski in St. Anton; a man came on the train selling fruit and she bought a banana from him. When she started to peel it, the man opposite said, ‘If I was you I wouldn’t eat that banana – it’s got Sigatoga disease.’
That was me, Barrie Kaye, an ex banana planter. (See my book “Boa, Memoirs of a Banana Planter in Remote West Africa.“)
There are only two reasons you have to get married and one of these is a ‘chat up line’ like that! Two years later we were married, both having given up secure jobs striving to get a turnover of £200 per month by selling old books.