A Peace of Paradise
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... are deep gulleys next to the kerb for collecting rain water I should think. But with so many people we had to be careful not to fall down into one!
Lots of market stalls set up with many tropical fruits and vegetables - all looked very fresh and the locals were buying. Passing by one of the stalls I was fascinated to watch a young girl biting small holes into a plastic bag holding about a pound of tomatoes. I fingered out they ...
... ever increasing too, now have 4 of them above my bed, 5 from tomorrow – unfortunately we don’t stop in Panama so I doubt I’ll be able to get one unfortunately, if anybody cares to mail me one from Amazon then please do, though my address here is a little difficult to fathom (wayo, sea pun).
You’ll all be happy to hear that my dad is having a wonderful time too, I haven’t thrown him overboard as yet so we’re doing okay so far. Me and him ...
... off a bottle of locally brewed rum at the beach at night while being followed by a pack of stray dogs. As all three of us wanted to make the most of our limited time on the island we decided to book a tour to hike the Gros Pitons, the island's most important landmark. The pitons are basically two mountains at c.790m height in the southern part of the island. Getting a cab ride at 7am in the morning got us to the foot of the Pitons at around 9am. The not very ...
We arrived in St. Lucia at 6:40 AM. Fortunately, I managed to go back to sleep. We went for the breakfast buffet on the Lido deck which was nice because we could eat outside. At 10:00, we joined a group to take an excursion "Catamaran to the Pitons". It was a beautiful day and great scenery. We stopped half-way where we went for a swim which was nice and ...
... on board, it's the second formal night. I dress up but don’t get into it as much as the first night. Another lovely diner and some cocktails with the girls. Tonight seems to be football night (as was most nights) and all the American’s were watching the games on any available TV at the bars. So I hunkered down with one of the guys who was trying to teach me the rules of American Football. I have to say I’ve become partial to the ...