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... Ens fa riure a tots!
Més onades, més força del vent fins arribar a Union on en John i el patró van a comprar peix per sopar i fan també els tràmits del check out. Tornen amb peix, pa (res de la baguette aquella que deia) i un “lambi” o conc, aquella cargola de mar gegantina: diuen que els hi han donat la recepta de com fer-la. A veure què serà.
Per dinar, l’Elena ens fa pasta ...
... we saw Petit Tabac, the infamous island from Pirates of the Caribbean where captain Jack Sparrow gets stranded and smashed on rum. It was a fantastic day and I'd love to go back some day. After another half day relaxing on Bequia we've had a couple more days at hospital. I've spent some of my time saying goodbye to patients and doctors with this being the last week of our placement. Today was quite exciting as myself and Gav got rushed off from clinic to see ...
... with a dismayed look by the few male customers already there, anyway being on full alert for anything suspicious I ordered a beer and Linda had water ensuring the tops were intact and the bottles weren't swapped around, rinks duly finished off we went for the second leg.
After a hour (I'm already getting ready for the argument about increased cost of the tour) we popped into a TJs bar for our second free drink, a proper establishment this one it only small but ...
... the morning, and placed them outside the cabin door. So we missed our dinner, missed the evening's entertainment, missed everything that happened after 5.00pm :-) In lots of ways it reminded me of our day in Alter do Chão in Brazil last year, when I got sackless on caipirinhas, lol :-D What the hell, it's part of being on holiday!
And so there ended our final evening in cabin B238; this time tomorrow we'd be on the plane going back to ...
... with only the 3 to 4 foot swells and the occasional brown
boobie or school of flying fish. The night was truly a sight to behold. Such a
clear sky and the stars were so bright (due to lack of moon til 3am). I took
this opportunity to learn some constellations and then shortly after hit the
hay, another successful day.
So Grenada is a pretty cool island. Spent yesterday in the
St. George’s market, it was ...