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... after 10am.
After a couple hours sleep, I was back up and working with Jim in his taxi as I was awake and restless. He got me what was one of the best rotis (minus the bones) for lunch alongside a passionfruit juice which perked me right up. I didn't do much in the evening and crashed by about 10pm.
Sunday we had a bit of a lie in and then went to Young Island for the buffet lunch. The food was as good as the ...
... station where Jim got me a Champagne Kola, the most sweet drink in the world but he told me it would help. We picked up the guide on the way too.
Mike didn't have a rucksack so he offered to carry mine if he could put his water in it. I gladly agreed. It was a two hour hike up to the crater, which was made more difficult by the state I was in. I kept up with everyone else and just had ...
... They are both on anaesthetics ('anesthesiology') and it seems like their consultant is very relaxed and after a short tutorial told them they didn't need to come in every day.
Once Lizzy got home and we had some lunch caught the bus to Villa Beach and then got the little boat taxi across to Young Island, a private island with a nice resort on it. We met Dan and Sarah and another Imperial couple that had not yet left St Vincent. We relaxed on the beach with ...
... firm is an understatement. And the curatins are so thin they are almost non-existent, I'm serious when I say I can see through them! Then just as I was getting some shut eye a family of goats living just across from the apartment decided to awake and have a loud conversation. I'm hoping this is a one off and somehow I learn to love sleeping on a brick in the morning light and the sounds of local livestock relax me into a deeper sleep (I somehow doubt this and may need ...
... of their own boats, enjoy it even more than the passengers.
This morning's talk is on 'Plants of the Caribbean'. Anna divides her talk into two parts: The Botanical Garden and the Plants. As well as new information, that botanical gardens in the Caribbean were established to trial plants for commerce and that some of the first breadfruit headed from the Pacific to the Caribbean was sent on the Bounty (the trip after the mutiny), her lecture was a ...
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