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Travel Blogs from Saint Peter
... delicious meals. We had coconut scampi and grilled kingfish with the best rice I have ever had. Relaxing back at the house and wishing we did not have to go home to -30 from hot 30+. So thankful that Terry and Michelle introduced us to this beautiful Caribbean island. We will miss the island and our friends. They may be glad to have some time alone, but those two still act like teenagers!!!!! Ciao ...
After a wander (spelling correct this time) around the duty free shop and a few purchase, including cigars for some strange reason, we pay a visit to Bionic so that Henry can show Phil the zoot suits and "pimp hats" as possible outfit options for the wedding. The look on Omara's face as he tries on a red hat says it all.
We're still laughing about it when Andy and Keisha arrive outside to pick us up.
... steady, otherwise, they would blow back and water would leak in.
No matter. By the time we got to Bridgetown, the rain had stopped. More than that, it was actually very sunny. We were transferred to a new guide, Kenneth, who escorted us to a small boat. The sixteen of us were taken across the bay, where we moored near a shipwreck. The wreck dates from 1918 or so … at the end of World War I, the crew of a French supply decided they did not want to ...
... postcards of the places
we'd been and wrote happy birthday over them a letter at a time. She forgave me.
Booked the pinnacle for dinner again tomorrow and plan to go to the lido party and the late night adult humour show if we can stay up.
Dinner was good today, just Dick and June and we had a good chat, stayed later than planned and missed the first half of the ...
... its arts and crafts. Also, there is Holetown with stores that resemble little chattel houses, you can well imagine, it is a popular spot for tourists.
How about hotel accommodations?
Varita: You can always shop the Internet for the best deals but the St. Lawrence GAP, a 1.3 km stretch of ...