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... Carnival. There were a lot of people and a huge truck that plays deafening music and has the rum. As the truck drives, the crowd follows. We stood back from it all and watched as the crowd past. By now it was nearly 6am, so we got back in the van, expecting to go home but Jim said we needed some food so drove us to his parents' house. They were very welcoming of us and made us some cornbeef sandwiches and coffee. We were finally dropped ...
... 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 ...
... up and reinforcement of what we have learned about so many of the wonderful plants we have been privileged to see.
On St. Vincent's we see two gardens, The Botanical Garden, and Montreal, a private garden. Dating from 1765, The Royal Botanical Garden, was the first in the British Empire. It is small and serene, not nearly as heavily planted as other gardens we have visited. There were the by now customary palms, nutmegs and heliconia-nothing (or ...
... Lol. We sat on the vertebrate bones that made the stools, and the bar and entrance were ribs( bit sticky ...from the beer). Not mentioning the rude ones, my children might read this! Then the Fred flint stone, Bedrock jokes. Was funny (bones) A right jaw ache Tut. We watched a local man chucking his net to catch the small fish by the shore, everyone seemed to know him! Quite an art in that apparently but he made it look so easy. Then we had a spot of lunch in Frangipani ...
... an engineering teaching business. She was hilarious and had a real cockney laugh like Barbara Windsor!
After returning and a shower I treated myself to an espresso coffee to stay awake ( too much sun).
There was a nautical theme dinner and we were supposed to wear something blue and whited striped or other nautical gear. I bought myself a Royal Clipper T shirt from the shop and looked like one of the crew.
We sat with ...