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... were found in 2011 when the area was made a World Heritage Site. It took sewage and excess water down to Carlisle Bay. It was narrow and not too high at first but did expand as we headed 200' toward the water.
The house tour was standard fare. There was a large table for 'Dinner with George' on Monday nights, recreating fare from the 18th c. A double seated loo was a bit different, reminding me of Roman lavatories.
The top floor of the house was ...
Today - swimming with turtles. Another awesome excursion, not quite the same thrill as the stingrays but entertaining still. Cheeky little green turtles appearing out of nowhere, swimming up from under you to say hello. Happily letting you pat them on the head or flippers - they were fun little creatures. I accidentally kicked one of them as I snorkelled past. I'd bought a throw away ...
... did the woman on the next table.
We decide to head to the One Love Bar in First Avenue to see what the karaoke punters were up to and to sneak a peek at the show in Raggamuffins. But mum, Puddin, Phyllis and Gregory decided to head back to the hut. They're such lightweights.
As always Malcolm is approached and asked if he "wants anything". This seems to happen to him regularly. I tease him ...
... from quiet to hilariously noisy until we returned to the ship.
After the Plantation, we departed for Medford Mahogany Creations, an interesting interactive tour of the only mahogany carving factory on the island. The owner was a descendent of doctors and he decided after finishing premed school, that he didn’t want to do that anymore. He never wanted to work for anyone but himself. So he taught himself how to carve figures ...
After St Thomas we spent a day at sea (that was pretty much spent drinking in the jacuzzi and relaxing on the deck) sailing to Barbados, one of the West Indies.
Again, we got off the ship and decided to play it by ear. But when we were walking out of the cruise terminal, we saw a sign saying Atlantis Submarine - we had to do it! Luckily the tour happened to be leaving in 10 minutes so we quickly made up our minds, paid and got on the tour bus.