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... a chickpea curry wrap thing. Called a double because it is wrapped in two small shells.
Inside: chickpeas, curry, pepper sauce, mango sauce, unknown green sauce, angels.
Outside: soft semi-sweet corn meal esque tortilla kinda things.
EFF, EFF, EFF if this is the only thing I ever eat again I'm ok with that. (oh and they are a buck) SO freaking delicious. Extra awesome occurs when washing one down with a super strong dark and stormy ...
... walking along the beach with his little fella out, peeing as he walked, talking to trees. When Ian asked him if he was alight, he proceed to demonstrate how to make an "Aussie pillow" out of sand and promptly fell to sleep on it.
The next day, Adam felt guilty for leaving us 3 to sail, so said he'd come along but Ruby still refused, it was just the 4 of us. It was light winds, so that wasn't too bad, but we only had a very ...
... on my way, saw a ton of monkeys storming the grounds. NO WHERE IN THE LITERATURE I READ did they say that there were monkeys here!! This pleased me quite a bit as monkeys were one of the main draws to my trip to Costa Rica. Who doesn't like monkeys?? I was surprised there was nothing about them when I checked in as they are quite mischievous and will take anything they can of yours, especially if they're shiny. I made a mental note to myself to curb ...
... wasn't with us diving (he snorkeled - insufficient lung capacity, perhaps?), so it was nice - just me, Travis and Divemaster Dave. We saw and touched some ridiculously awesome stuff. The first thing we did after descending? Dave *picked up* what looked like a large sea slug... and then handed it to me to pet. It was soft! ...and did not sting me as I had suspected. Generally I don't like touching the sea life - I believe that it certainly ...
... shopping and we have scrapped the itinerary plans for the day. Tonight finds us sailing on a dinner cruise.
Yesterday we adventured deep into the earth at Harrison Cave. After previewing my pictures, I decided cave photography is not in my future. Off to Welchman Hall Gully after that. It's a Barbadian National Trust property with incredible floral and fauna. What ia fauna? Hmmm...We ...