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Another day in paradise! I stayed out way too late and have been a zombie all day. Mary and I decided to venture out to see Nevis, as I have heard great things. We managed to get as far as the dock area where there was free wi fi. The town was run down and disappointing. Evidently one needs take a cab to the Four Seasons and chill there. I did not get that memo.
There was a man asking for money or weed or something. That ...
... br> Kayak from the end of the peninsula (like Reggae Beach).
Run the golf cart paths of the golf course by the Marriott.
If it's a week night and you're on-island, go to No Limit Fitness (Frigate Bay by the circle with the Canadian flag) for aerobics/kickboxing/Zumba class that starts around 6ish.
If it's Saturday, go for a run/walk with the Hash House Harriers.
If you're on-island in March, do the cross-island swim (to or from ...
... go to see costumes and sign up to be in the troop. The goal of the evening was to get signed up for a troop (and of course, enjoy the parties.)
We started at Fat Tuesday in Port Zante, which is known for its alcoholic slushee drinks. From there, we headed up to Cloud 9 (which is right up the stairs) and partied there for a while, but as it was still early, it was pretty empty, especially compared to what I'm used to. Next ,we headed up to ...
... hour ahead of schedule (or maybe 1 ½ hours behind schedule). My guess is that they were constantly running it because when we got back to St. Kitts, the line to get on the Sea Bridge was longer than it was in the morning. Probably, it was a lot of people who had come over for Music Fest and were going back.
Back on St. Kitts, we went for dinner at Ciao, because it was nearby. As usual, the food there was divine. This ...
... that place and I'd go there again.
One thing that amazes me is that Manishewitz is so popular here. I saw it in the grocery store and didn't think much of it, but when I saw it at Coopers, I had to ask. Apparently, that's a standard wine here. The other thing I'm surprised is so popular is the Hamster Dance. I'm pretty sure nobody in the states has played that since the 90s, but I hear it all of the time here.