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... good franglesation with a Frenchman!! Ah, the art of conversation, he wanted to drive us to his house and cook us a meal, and show us his books he'd written on the war and politics, politely declined, although a very interesting old man, was Guy Joubert. This was followed the next day with a more demure and civilised Caribbean lunch creole style in The Route de Rhum,Quite ...
... windows so thankfully the journey was bearable despite the pot holes and sleeping policeman making it a very bumpy ride.
Our next stop was at the Guard House or Lookout point at Shirley Heights. From here you could fully appreciate just how secure the area would have been for those old sailing vessels years ago. In fact the dockyard could not be seen from the sea which made it even more safe from anyone trying to capture this stunning area.
Finally we ...
... but nice and relaxing dives.
Those of you who read my previous post from St. Lucia might recall that I mentioned the Lion Fish being a pest in the Caribbean sea. Local divers are encourage to kill the fish if seeing one under water and supposedly they are very tasty. Now I had the opportunity of sampling this actually quite beautiful creature of the seas. And yes, it was tasty!
On my ...
... Sunday, there were very few shops open. However, it was reported that as it was in the middle of Carnival, there would be parade through town sometime during the day. Unfortunately, the expected time came and went without a parade being seen. Our attempt of finding somewhere to have lunch was ok. We eventually found a bar with a couple of free seats that was also serving food (it was one of the few places open in town and as such was quite popular). After waiting 45 minutes for ...
... aquatic partner that often confines us to solitude for days at a time. The only downside of the trip is that, upon crossing the Equator, I was inducted into Neptune's court, and promptly had half my right eyebrow shaved off. It's growing back though. I was lucky, in some respects: the second mate got his whole eyebrow and half a leg gone, though I get the impression that that was purely down to him being Australian. So now, on the halfway pivot of this ...