New Haddon Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We spent today seeing the set of Pirates of the Caribbean and going to one of the waterfalls on St Vincent. We were picked up and we drove up the Leeward (West) coast, through some beautiful scenery to Walibalou, where the Pirates of the Caribbean was shot. A local man who has a small stall gave us some pirate hats and props so we could take pictures and then showed us around the buidlings and to the rock where Captain Jack Sparrow rows past and sees the hanging ...
... it down in just over an hour, by which time my leg were properly shaking. But we did it!
Brod said that as we were already on the Windward (East) coast we should go to the salt ponds which were less than an hour north. Although we were all tired it was only midday so we agreed. The salt ponds are on the coast where there are some volanic rocks that shelter an area by the beach creating ...
Got up and walked down to the hospital for an induction at Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, Kingstown at 9am. The Imperial students that I had met know a couple also from Imperial (Dan and Sarah) who have been at the hospital for a week already and Dan met us to show us where we needed to go. We met Miss Hannibal, the medical director secretary, who introduced us to the hospital. That is an over statement, she told us to give our forms to our consultants early and ...
... years ago. This meant that she was very concerned I didn't have a rice cooker whereas I was more interested in getting a kettle.
I was just about to head out when my landlady said that I had to stay in to let the electrician in as she didn't have a spare set of keys with her, but that she wpuld drop me at the beach as soon as he was done. Well, he finished up installing the oven just after 4, so didn't get to the beach until gone half 4. There were a lot of ...
... nothing was pointed out to us) that we hadn't seen before except for the national parrot 'Jacquot' or Amazona guilding. Although Columbus described them as 'darkening the sky', the birds are now rare and in danger of becoming extinct. The Botanical Garden houses two pair, 2 males and 2 females, for breeding and eventual release into the wild.
It is a long ride up and down the mountain to our next stop. Jason, our engaging local guide, as wide as he is ...