A Peace of Paradise
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This Monday has been overcast and windy – 17-20 kts. Water has turned grey with no Caribbean blue to be found; whitecaps even in the swimming pool. Sea too rough for swimming or snorkeling and not comfortable for sun bathing. Seaweed has returned and tide is unusually high so smaller area on beach to play. So this became laundry day, blogging, and time to catch up on emails! In evening we did drive to Frederickstead to have Happy Hour ...
... buy specially made plastic bags for veggies with the holes already made, so she had worked out how to make her own and keep the tomatoes fresh!
In one of the side streets little houses with small patios lined the pavement and on one sat a wonderful lady with her sewing machine making sun dresses all day long... she told me ... and was quite happy to have her photo taken.
Behind all the market stalls were other quite ...
... schedules during the day time so we’re out of each others hair most of the time. Usually if we lose each other I know he’ll be anywhere with food, whereas I’ll be in the photography area, simple. I’ve started doing a little bit of exercise now too, I’ve had countless amounts of food and if I keep at it the rate I am now I’m going to come home 4 stone heavier! I haven’t attended the gym yet (lol, like I ever will) but I’ve started ...
... very exhausting hike (hot and humid) took around 1.5h one way. Once at the top the view was spectacular and we took about a 20min rest, taking pictures, chewing cashew nuts, drinking water before our decent. This was great fun and a good counterpart to my otherwise very relaxed travel up to now. Lisa and Tristan also enjoyed the trip and we ended our hiking experience with a great lunch and a cool beer / pina colada. As I had more time in St. Lucia than on ...
... water taxi instead of enduring another 2-hour car ride on those crazy roads! Even our water taxi feels like an adventure listening to the drivers tell about the only land they know! Hey- only knowing Saint Lucia wouldn’t be so bad!
We are now back on the ship that is starting to feel like home! Canapes (known more as appetizers to me) await us every afternoon in our stateroom… like we NEED ...