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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... learned about the tribes that made up the original people. They learnt about the slave ships that brought the first africans here to the island and how the Caribs took them in and made them them apart of their tribe. We saw the cannons that protected the nation. We also told them all about the various countries that fought over this nation and how all of this made the wonderful people that ...
... to make it whistle.
The gardens also house a parrot house where a breeding programme is in force to increase the number of parrots native to this island.
The island itself is very fertile and is still farmed by hand on the steep slopes in terraces not unlike Madeira. The potholed road rise up and up in ever increasing steep bends but the view from the top was spectacular across the valley and down to the sea. Through the town ...
... his legs over me!! It was a mid morning flight and she wanted to sleep and wanted the kids not to talk. Really too much to ask for economy class!! We arrived in Barbados cleared immigration and customs then rechecked in with Liat for our flight to St Vincent's. Our flight was suppose to leave at 5:15pm but only left at 6:40pm. Met 2 lovely English couples while we were waiting. Flight was only half an hour, clearing Customs was ...
... After 10 minutes of knocking at the door, a softly spoken and almost-incomprehensible woman designated us into our specialties. I'll be on anaesthetics for the next 3 weeks. The first week is shared with a student called Steve, who is a medic from Sheffield university (yes other students! Steve is staying with his fellow Sheffield medic friend, Dave.) Our first day was relatively intense. We were shown the three theatres and given a set of scrubs ...
... plunge” and left.
We had lunch as a nice beachfront restaurant, which seems like it's the only choice out here. Despite being a monopoly, the food was tasty and reasonably priced. I was excited to try Okra Punch, a local drink that actually tastes a lot like seamoss. I assume it's somewhat healthy because there's okra in there, but who knows since I couldn't really taste the okra and it wasn't slimey.
The way back was the ...