Bel Jou Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... man was kind of talking to himself, "no, that would be too expensive" "No, that is not a good solution..." Then it occurred to me that we had passed Margit Bay on our way to Anse La Raye. Margit Bay is a very popular place and is where the original Dr. Doolittle movie was filmed. "Maybe if we could get to Margit Bay?" I suggest. Rasta man calls his son - he has some people at the shop who need a ride, please come get them. Okay, now we have a plan. We chat for a ...
... tropical emerald rainforest. banana plantations, orchards of coconut, mango and papaya trees.
unfortunately we did not see any parrots that apparently are on the island, obviously playing hide and seek today but we did see lots of hummingbirds.
There was also many exotic flowers; ginger lilies; the crab claw bird of paradise plant, the tassel flower which was attracting the hummingbirds as well as the hibiscus flowers. There were many trees with medicinal properties ...
... as she still wishes to have children... But after removing 23 hefty (the biggest one the size of a grapefruit and others spathe size of small oranges) fibroids the doctors had to suture her back up and leave the remaining smaller ones as they were too difficult... The other two were happy with a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus), which meant they went quite a bit more smoothly and quickly. I was allowed to scrub in and assist in the final one, which was nice. Interesting ...
... not sure whether I was getting used to them or whether they had run out of skin to bite, but I did have my first run in with a centipede! I had already despatched a couple of baby ones, but now I saw, out of the corner of my eye, an ominous scuttling on the deck.
Sharon took the dogs inside and I went out like a great white hunter with a can of spray in my hand. Spotted the blighter and gave it probably a quarter of a can full of insecticide before it ...
... me the heebie-jeebies, The barbecue keeps going out and your not supposed to add more fluid. Wondered if it was really worth setting the place on fire for a couple of pieces of chicken.
Monday was another tough day – two beach stops today and a trip to the classy supermarket
in Rodney Bay where I found some pre-soaked charcoal and a bloody big Aberdeen Angus sirloin steak. Well maybe I’ll give the barby another go!.