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... getting to know them. I am one hundred percent sure that my experience at the hospital would have been terrible if Lisa were not the medical director. She has been so keen to let me try and change things, she has listened tirelessly to my complaints, and is very motivated to keep up the process of change now that I'm gone. I know that we will keep in touch in years to come. And who knows! I may just have to come back here some time as a consultant and finish what I ...
... buses for first, the Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens, originally a military camp, then a sugar plantation, and now a private park and spa with mud baths and sulphur pool. Even the rain, or 'liquid sunshine' as she called it cannot quell the enthusiasm of Patia, our local guide. Again, I see a few new plants, the castor oil tree and others that have, by now become familiar, jade vine, hidden hibiscus and heliconia ...
Today we decided to explore the other Sandals properties. After breakfast, we hopped the Sandals shuttle over to Sandals Grande for a quick tour. There would be a shuttle back in a 1/2 hour! The shuttle was a little late, and it seemed everyone wanted to go, plus it was fairly full when it arrived. Luckily we were near the head of the line and got the last two seats (Jean actually sat in the jump seat next to me in ...
... The Pitons, Pigeon Island, Soufriere, Castries. I don't swim well enough to enjoy snorkelling and have done the round the island boat trip. So the tram was the only thing left to do.
On the pier, I think one of the crew must have displeased the captain. Some poor ...
... Bay at 11am with plenty of boat guys appearing to help with our lines.We anchored close in, then put out a stern line to the shore,managingto fight off a number of boat guys who were vying for our business.They seem to appear from nowhere, often when we were still quite far out to sea! These characters tend to be young Rastafarians with dreadlocks and spliffs, sporting Bob Marley T- shirts ,turning up in boats with names like "Hot Love"
We spent ...