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For my husband and I it is important the the boys know their history. Not just American history but also their Vincentian history. They have a long line of strong powerful people on both sides that we want them to learn and to know about. History is not always pretty and so stories are hard to tell but they must be told. Today we went to Fort Charlotte to show and teach the boys about their ...
... and fragrant flowers that only last for a day. Apparently these flowers are used in the making of many perfumes.
Gary also showed us the cinnamon tree and how the bark was used to make this spice. Then there was the nutmeg tree with fruits not unlike conkers. Once out of their shell you could see the mace that is used in self defence sprays. Then the nutmeg itself inside. We saw a whistling pine tree but there was not ...
This morning we got up dressed, packed the car and headed to Miami. We parked at the Marriott and caught the shuttle bus to the airport. Caught our flight to Barbados with American Airlines. Had the most miserable couple in front of us who constantly glared at me as Rorke's legs just touch the back of her chair, yes I know it is annoying but he sat nearly the whole flight with his legs crossed so that he didn't, he kept asking if he ...
So, our very first weekend in st. Vincent involved locating the local supermarkets, exploring the black beach of India bay (at the south of the island) and adapting to tropical rain storms by drinking some mind-blowingly strong rum at a local bar! The first week in hospital was extremely varied: a mix of outrageous customs, friendly patients and seriously laid back healthcare. We rolled up on Monday morning, bright and early, to meet with the ...
... some falls. There are apparently 3 different waterfalls right near each other, two of which (Dark View and Clear View) are usually accessible. There is a rickety little bamboo bridge over a creek that you have to cross to get there, but that was part of the fun. There weren't a lot of people there, which was nice, but the water was very cold, which was not so much. I went into the waterfall for a bit, got the requisite proof of my ...