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... Sunday, there were very few shops open. However, it was reported that as it was in the middle of Carnival, there would be parade through town sometime during the day. Unfortunately, the expected time came and went without a parade being seen. Our attempt of finding somewhere to have lunch was ok. We eventually found a bar with a couple of free seats that was also serving food (it was one of the few places open in town and as such was quite popular). After waiting 45 minutes for ...
... went to the restaurant next to our building that has a HUGE beach bonfire with a live band. It was awesome. I'm sad it's only once a week and sadly that was the last one we'll get to go to since the next Friday we'll be back in Ottawa. I doubt we'll get to do all the activities we planned on with the kids' health it's too much to ask my parents to stay cooped up indoors all day with ...
An absolutely incredible day. I woke up at 7am to get my first taste of Caribbean culture - I wasn't disappointed. Blue skies as far as you can see, crystal clear water and colour Caribbean architecture. I felt like I had been transported back 300 years to Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag. After an annoyingly delayed morning of few drills we finally headed off the ship around 11am. While the rest of the group were off to stingray sensation, Jo, Alice and ...
... we passed some animals grazing on the roadside verges. The cattle were easy to recognise but I pointed out to Elaine that the goat-like animals may in fact be sheep, as Cairbbean sheep look very much like goats. However there is a very easy was to tell the difference. The sheep have long tails which hang down, whereas goats have short stubby tails which stand up. My sister found this fascinating but could not decide whether I was being serious or ...
... did find the trail and walked out to Fort Berkeley. It was a very nice walk leading to stunning vistas of the harbor, a guard house, and a powder magazine. There was also a side trail which I followed briefly up to a high point overlooking the complex, but did not continue very far in the heat.
The bus back to town started out empty but filled up pretty quickly along the way. Once in town ...
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