Mirage Beach Hotel
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... were glad when it was over. We got back into our little hire car and navigated the long drive back to Soufriere. It took a few days before we discussed the whole experience with each other, and we agreed that it was strange and a bit disconcerting. But I guess those kinds of stories often make for the best memories, so I'm glad we did it. We both laugh every time we mention it to each other now.
I'm off to find and cook some Pigeon ...
... br> The one thing that the people running the zip lining enterprise emphasised over and over to us was the fact that we were not allowed to put our hands up in the air while sliding down the cables, lest we get our fingers caught in the machinery and have one of them ripped off. At one point towards the end of the course I then made the mistake of trying to launch myself off a wet platform with more speed. I lost my footing in my enthusiasm and ...
... that we would have to pay him double if we didn't make it up the mountain, and made some reference to the fact that we were probably not likely to make it because we were a bunch of women. Pleased that he had put us in our place, he then chuckled to himself and set off towards the start of the trail. We didn't like him from the beginning.
It was a lovely bunch of ladies that I had the pleasure to do the hike with, and they were all very fit and determined. Which was ...
... pictures without asking permission. They don't say please or thank you... It's like they think they still own this place. American tourists are usually nice and polite though" We talk about family. "Do you have any children?" I ask "I had a daughter... but she passed... Having children is a wonderful thing." she gazes off to the distance wistfully There's something beautiful and yet sad about this lady... I'll never forget ...
... at the end, with little to show for all their work. Finally I reach the tiny town of Choiseul, another fishing town with, of course, a big Catholic church in the middle. Here, the walls are also covered with murals--with simple scenes from around the island... the cheerful colors contrasting with the relief-bas sculptures of Jesus being tortured. It seems the happy scenes of island life are much better suited for the culture here... I go outside and a middle age fellow in a ...