Kings Well Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... which is a bread puff ball with vanilla ice-cream in between and whipped-cream on the side plus the entire plate and food was drizzled with a chocolate fudge. Mmmmm mmmmm, it was amazing.
The next day my family and I hiked the dormant volcano. It was tough. Tyler and I thought we were going to suffer by walking to the top of this thing. We stopped to rest at one point while mom read from the information board. Mom read aloud ...
... goods up a set of stone steps which had been rudimentally hacked into the steep hillside, and now for the good part...... just listen to this... there were nine hundred steps in total. Yes nine hundred steps to the top. It would be OK if they were all uniform in size and width, but because of the geography and steepness of the hill, no not hill, but akin to a cliff at times, nearly every step was different. So here's the scenario. Can you just imagine this happening!
... boat. Statia itself isn't a very well known island in the Caribbean. At only 8 sq miles and a population of around 4000 people it's definitely one of the smaller islands on our trip list. It's not known for it's beaches, it's definitely back to basics, but it promises out-of-this-world diving and a relaxing way of life.
As always our schedule kept changing, one minute we were going to Statia - and within a few hours it ...
... the first time in my life, but after that came the hike back up. I'd be lying if I said I didn't stop halfway up convinced that I wasn't going to make it. The exhaustion I've experienced here, mentally, physically and emotionally, has been a lot, to say the least. While it's letting me find my limits, I am having to push past them daily and I'm getting tired of feeling exhausted to the point of wanting to break down in tears at least once during the day. At least I'm halfway home.
... it up to the till and one of the ladies said, "Excuse me, miss, but there's a lizard on your dress." I had to battle with the little guy to get him off. He sure liked that dress.
We just finished sorting for the day (today's Sunday) so I'm catching up on my field reports, sipping on a coffee and munching on some plantain chips. It's a bit of a cloudy day, but considering I lobstered it up a bit yesterday, I'm grateful for a break from the sun.