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... the sandy beach, past a number of pig pens. At a rock outcrop, we descend to the beach and keep walking through soft aerated sand to where the beach turns to rock shelf with steep ridges behind.
We get into our wet suits and gear, stow the rest of our gear above the high tide mark, and venture into the water, which is pretty chilly, and has a surge strong enough to make it hard to get the flippers on. At first we swim out over sea grass, with no sign of ...
... 8217;t venture down the road when we watched the sunset on Wednesday, Des, Bern & I wanted to know what was at the bottom. So off we went – wow, was it worth it? Blue, then aqua seas, frothing bubbly water crashing onto the rocks below.
Guess where we went for lunch – back to the golf club……… then we have to fill up our vehicles, have only used approx. 20 litres @ ...
... have dinner at the restaurant across the road tonight and as we were walking in the dark (because there are only about three street lights on the island), we met a cow - frightened the daylights out of us! Anyway, restaurant booked out, so back to our car by torchlight and off we went to the only Chinese Restaurant. Must say, food was fantastic as the food is wherever you eat.
... saw us at the Commissariat Store in Quality Row which is one of three walled compounds, the other two being Old and New Military Barracks. The complex consists of the main building and several outbuildings within a high wall, and was completed in 1835. The main building's ground floor contained an office, meals room and store. The first floor housed an engineer's store, and the third floor a grainstore. The basement contained a liquor store and a general ...
... on the bus, along the bumpy roads we travelled, next stop being St Barnabas Church where Max our driver gave us the history of the church. We then travelled further around the island where we saw amazing scenery. Being Sunday morning, we were then dropped off at the local market where we purchased some local produce, honey, avocado, smoked chicken etc to prop up our pantry. Back on the bus, we were whisked away to a beautiful private house where we ...