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- Swimming pool
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... very nice with some kick to it) and banana rum (wow what a kick it had) at the plantation. We stopped at a fishing village for some drinks. There were a couple of fishermen having verbals very loudly, in fact there were a few instances of people talking loudly needlessly. We also stopped at a mud bath for about 15 minutes and a waterfall for about 10 minutes. Most people jumped in but we ...
... festival! This happened on my second day on the island, and I got to go and see Robin Thicke and reggae legend Jimmy Cliff perform. Despite having internationally renowned artists, the event is only very small by the festival standards that I am used to. There would have only been around a thousand people there, and I got to within 5m of the stage without having to push or jostle. It was awesome!
I started my volunteering this week, and it has been a very ...
... than Flea Market. After we walked the market, we started roaming around and a local man stopped us and asked if we are okay. We said we were good, but looking for some food to eat. He brought us around the corner to what we would normally consider a hole in the wall, Lucky 7's. It was a small place with only 3-4 tables. We were nervous but hungry and ready to try some local fare. We got one plate of food because when you pick your protein it ...
... what I need most urgently: a cybercafe and a cheap hotel--but I do find some really good pastry shops... St Lucia has an interesting cathedral with large painted murals inside of bright, cheery colors. Not the kind of painting that will last for centuries like those in Europe... but hey, this is the tropics. Not coincidentally, several of the murals depict saints of African origins. Things don't last here like they do there. The ceiling is held up by a ...
... another cab. Sure enough, 2:20 - here comes Quincy. We told him the whole tale with much laughing. He said if we had mentioned snorkeling he would have taken us to some place - which was actually the place outside Anse-La Raye in the book!
We had Quincy drop us off back where he picked us up. We walked to a liquor store because though you can't take liquor on the ship, we had a plan - and two empty water bottles...
We bought a small bottle of gin and ...