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... feel they are in a dead end trap with no real prospects for a better future. Who will they take their anger out on? Suddenly I see someone call me over. He's an older fellow with a scraggly beard and rasta dreds. He seems to be sincere in asking me to come over and play some music, so I accept. He then goes inside the house and brings out a guitar of his own. We take turns playing, then we try jamming together as we each share our original songs. His songs are ...
4 hrs, 5 kms
Day totals: 14 hrs, 14 kms
As soon as the van heads out of St Georges, I'm struck with the thought "Ooooh... THIS is what a Caribbean island is supposed to look like!"
No, it's not endless white beaches and all inclusive tourist resorts... It's a narrow road that snakes at the base of jungle covered mountains, with angry surf crashing against the cliffs... the jungle periodically interrupted by simple but beautiful hamlets of brightly painted wood and ...
... trees, coffee bushes, nutmeg , cocoa and cinnamon , coconut, lime and banana trees. We snaked along and up and were offered up mountain views, rivers and flower covered houses deep in the rainforest of the Grand Etang Forest. We had our lunch in a small local, family cafe in Grenville, St Andrew, which was delicious, nutritious and filling! A fish broth with dumplings and one fingers was souperb! Although unbeknown to me, had a crab base I suspect, as an ...
... back to frozen fish at the grocery stores back home.
Our 15 year wedding anniversary was on August 28th. David surprised me with a stand up paddle board which I have been wanting for the past two years. I absolutely love it! I like to take it out early in the morning when the water is calm and paddle around the bay. It's been great aqua therapy. The kids also like to take it out for a ride.
... and lime. The texture was a bit like monkfish or lobster but not so tender. We are happy to have tried it and we wonder how long it will be until this animal becomes endangered because they eat them here all the time.
At the beach restaurant they play Christmas music with a Caribbean rhythm. Later, they start with dance music, quite loud, that lasts until midnight. Its a full moon party and they seem to have lots of ...