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... chicken (and penne) was also very good. For dessert, Alex got the chocolate layer cake and Brian got a cheesecake. I told them it was Alex's birthday, so they brought it out with a candle and sang 2 songs. I normally don't eat cheesecake, but since I actually liked the one that I had made for Dan's birthday, I tried Brian's. And it was really good, too. All in all, our best meal all week.
... the locals live in on our way to a section of the island called Hell. We had a stop there for people to buy postcards and mail them from Hell. The rocks there are like a miniature forest of black pine trees. We drove on down to the tip of the island for another photo stop. One the way back, we spent about 15 minutes watching people get in the dolphin pools and pet the dolphins. And we got to see many, many dolphins jumping ...
... island style, under the stars overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
Sunday 10th November
So everywhere and everything is shut on a Sunday- APART FROM BRUNCH. So of course we went to brunch. We went to a really nice place that was unlimited Laurent Perrier Champagne and unlimited food. all types of food- sushi, fish, meats, soups, curries, cakes, sweets and fruits. It was so tasty. Im not a huge champagne fan but had a few mimosas.
... grill just down the road, Lucie is the first recognisable person we have seen for nearly 3 months so we basically chew her ear off. We continue chatting all afternoon lounging around until Geoff returns from work / golf when we head out for dinner at a great restaurant called Guy Harvey's in town, after we grab a couple of drinks at a bar then head back, quite a sensible and well behaved night. Saturday morning I believe for me started with a lay in, across the road from LuGe ...
... we could say we have been there. Finally we cooled off in the clear blue water of Seven Mile Beach. I would caution anyone to negotiate the cab fares. We were first told it was $5 from the port to the beach. We later discovered that $2.50 was the going ...