Trinity Inn Apartments / Wellington Haven
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... the island. One small thing I heard in the recorded tour was that soldiers were constantly ill and the death rate was about 5% from lead poisoning!
As we continued around the island and took another stop, I had the chance to talk with the guide. My main question was, "What does one aspire to when born here? What are the aspirations for your children?" His answer: "We are a simple people. When our neighbor lacks something, we give it to them and they give ...
... and the shower and swept, mopped and every surface scoured, trying to put up the little round hill house's best foot forward. Just as the evening came and we were preparing for them to arrive the rain and wind came. That led to mud and blown leaves re-occupying their natural habitat in what was once clean enough for human habitation. It was easy to imagine how frustrated Kristin would be trying to keep the place presentable for her family ...
... they make the announcements they always call the lifeboats "pontoons." They are definitely not pontoons, but that or "tender" probably sounds better than telling people to get into the lifeboats. Hahaha
We waited until the crush of those going ashore was lessened and made our way to St. Kitts. Walked around town and took some photos. The "Circus" is a big circle and with the traffic and pedestrians it does ...
... Several saw the whale too. It totally messed up our "time" for our walk. We try to maintain a certain pace, but hey, when you spot a whale you really should stop!
Went to the Internet Cafe to set up our accounts. As Platinum members we get 250 minutes each for free, then to the library to pick up the daily SuDuKo puzzles and I checked out Amy Tan's "Saving Fish From Drowning" to read.
... rolls with bruschetta, olive tapenade and butter are inviting but I hold back and only have a taste
First entree was lobster bisque with vintage cognac, fleuron and fresh cream. So what's a fleuron? - It's French for a fancy piece of baked puff pastry which is floating on top of the lobster bisque. This was creamy velvety but didn't punch as much flavour as I had expected. Still it was a lovely dish. The second entree (told you I was going to try and do justice ...
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