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Awoke early, again! Arrived in St Vincent 8 ish. Had breakfast. Did a washing. We've been here before and weren't impressed with it. Went ashore just to the duty free shops to get wifi. Managed to catch up briefly with Bryan and Jody. Posted some postcards. Had ...
Kingstown St Vincent Grenadines 7th February 2014 We all see the same sun but we don't all have the same fun.’
The guide on the tour today is Gary, a man with a great sense of humour and a lot of knowledge about the island. He introduced our driver Ozzie and said he was a good driver with a PHD, it sounded impressive to me but the explanation was that he a good 'pot hole dodger’ apparently very necessary with ...
... took our lunch order at the poolside. A chicken/shrimp salad, pizza and a couple bowls of fries. I had a few strawberry daiquiris and also tried a mango one, just what I needed. Rich and the boys enjoyed the virgin strawberry daiquiris. Courtney loves the fruit punch and Paige is happy with water or a soda. We spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing and reading by the poolside while the kids played in the water. It was great being able ...
... the week has revolved around the big sport around here... cricket! The West Indies A side were playing Sri Lanka A in two 20-20 matches, on Tuesday and Wednesday. Arnos Vale cricket ground is a 10 minute drive from where we are staying, right next to the airport. You can see Bequia idyllically in the distance, from the stands. Apparently, its one of the top 5 most attractive cricket grounds on the globe. Unfortunately, Tuesday was rained ...
... somebody has told me that they were called that because they always faced the same direction and could be used as a compass. On this tour, the guide showed me that they actually contain pure water. If you're ever lost in the jungle, you can poke a hole in one and drink from it.
Then, we went to a bunch of Pirates of the Caribbean sites at Walliabou. At one, they have an area that was used in the movie and the actual pier that was ...