K.T.S. Paradise View Hotel
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... sampler from South Africa. It was only $8 USD for 4 wine tasters (2 white and 2 red) so affordable!!
After walking around some more we grabbed a bus back to the resort and went straight to the beach after picking up kids from their nap.
Tonight was the meet n' greet again (it's held weekly on Monday evenings). We didn't meet any interesting couples but the twins were the highlight of the night ...
... miles, so we planned to see as much as we could in six hours. The driving rules are the same as Australia, and drivers sit on the right side of the vehicle, opposite of the US.
We drove across the island to the port of English Harbour, home to many fine yachts and boats. We then headed inland across a road that wove in and out of a rainforest. Even though these roads are main roads, they are still only narrow two ...
... created a feast for Christmas Eve dinner, giving me the afternoon off. The next morning Chris, Jordan, and I prepared brunch and dinner, starting the day off right with mimosas. That night we exchanged our secret Santa gifts, possibly the funniest moment since I joined the yacht. The girls had also arranged several games we played outside in various pairs of two, quite possible the second funniest moment of the boat.
... bit shark like. We went for a lovely walk and swim/snorkel on the beach. I'm writing this blog sat on the yacht as the sun is going down with a sundowner. What more could anyone want. It's beautiful and I'm very lucky to experience all this. We've not even fallen out yet!!! Well only a little bit!!! Tim's turn Yeah great sail here and Lucy is coming on leaps and bounds with her helming, concentrating for more than a minute has been the biggest ...
... on the island. It actually doesn't have fig trees, but at one point the locals called bananas figs, and it does have banana trees. It has a bunch of other trees and is almost like a jungle, but I'm not a botanist and can't really say what kinds of trees it did have.
This drive is another reason to rent a car. The drive is very pretty, but it was nice to be able to stop in a few places. First, I stopped at the Fig Tree art studio. Again, ...
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