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... nothing was pointed out to us) that we hadn't seen before except for the national parrot 'Jacquot' or Amazona guilding. Although Columbus described them as 'darkening the sky', the birds are now rare and in danger of becoming extinct. The Botanical Garden houses two pair, 2 males and 2 females, for breeding and eventual release into the wild.
It is a long ride up and down the mountain to our next stop. Jason, our engaging local guide, as wide as he is ...
... of eight from Florida. One son - an environmental scientist - married to nurse, one daughter - a teacher - married to a teacher -both live in Chicago, another daughter - an oceanographer - married to oceanographer who met at uni, Mum and Dad were retired. We couldn't work out if the Dad had paid for everyone to go on the cruise or not, but he was certainly pretty well off. It was a wide ranging conversation on everything from ...
Even with everything going on last night I was up just after 6 so headed to the gym. When I got back Rich headed out. Roxton was awake when I got back and just before Rich headed out Paige came through she was now starving! I showered and then the 3 of us got all creamed up and ready for the day. With Rich arriving back Rorke awoke and a bit after followed Courtney. A quick spin on the bikes then breakfast. Today we fed the ducks and fish. Fascinating to ...
... much better, we all headed down to the beach. It was my first experience of some proper swimming in the sea. A few laps along the shore of the bay allowed me to see clearly through the crystal blue sea. I even spotted some marine life: a few schools of tiny fish, flitting through the waves. The sun took its toll on us all, and even a potent factor 50 plastering didn't prevent me getting some burnt shoulders. Nightmare. In the evening, ...
We've made it in one piece to St. Vincent. Before I get stuck into my blog entry, I'd like to say hello to my grandad who I very much hope is reading this. I have to say, my brief experience of the island suggests that it has an air of mystery and intrigue to it, which I'm sure you'd find fascinating Grandad! ( Maybe its the tropical-like foliage and rolling hills that gives me that impression) Yesterday in Barbados we ...