Hotel St Barth Isle de France
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... was very friendly there, maybe even a little too friendly. A lot of people were in our faces trying to get us to buy something. When we got there we were shown around the market by one of the store owners, it was like our own personal tour! It was a neat experience. After the market we headed home to eat and relax.
I've finally got around to including pictures in my blog! Yay! Hope you enjoy!
... br> possibly have with a printer. It was a stressful task but in the end we got all
the sheets printed!
We got some good news today: the inverter has been fixed!!!
The inverter is a backup power system that uses batteries which charge while
grid power is working (which is usually only about 3 hours a day and usually at
night) and then allows us to keep having power throughout the day. It’ll take ...
... it turned off as soon as we went to bed. So for the first time in what seems like forever I have gone 24 hours without wifi... an American citizen's worst nightmare.
On a lighter note, today was orientation day. The other interns and I sat down with Catherine and discussed what the next 5 weeks would look like. Three of the interns, Anne, Valerie, and Becca (who isn't here yet because of a passport issue) are ...
... we will work. I share a room with two other interns, but the room is large and we have enough space to be comfortable. The bathroom is much nicer than I expected. There is actually a toilet… A TOILET! And it even flushes! This was not a luxury I received when I was in Ghana and Nicaragua. Last night, my first night here, we had a nice lunch of pasta, beets, and tomatoes and then walked around the community for about 2 hours. There ...
... only to discover we were still sailing in the morning, to the British Virgin Islands. Seriously, no plan, ever. We then moved on to St. Thomas which is where the guests departed. Arriving back into U.S. territory each individual on the boat, including guests, had to go to shore (we were at anchor so more easily said than done) and go through immigration. Way to go America, always making things difficult!