New Haddon Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... store in the village of Prospect where Cecille told me to meet her. She is a 60+ artist who lives part time in St Vincent and part time in Canada. It looks like this couchsurfing experiece is going to be as unique as the previous two. Prospect is really just a scattering of upscale villas accessible only by narrow, bumpy roads going up and down the steep hillsides. It's quite a contrast to the bustling street scene of Kingstown. "So who lives in ...
Okay! I must say today was not a day I really remember. I had to look back at the pictures to remember what I did. Today was mostly business type stuff. I went to the bank, got a local SIM card for my cell phone.
Note to anyone traveling in the caribbean. Go to Groupon and buy a unlocked global phone for $80 and when you enter the country just go to Lime or Digicel and get a SIM card. They are ...
This morning headed out to the gym at 6. It was a beautiful clear morning. Got back Rich went to the gym and we got ready. Did some washing and then when Rich got back we headed to breakfast. While there we watched the weather change and soon the heavens opened. It looked like it was clearing. The kids wanted to go to kids club so took them. The rain started again so I went to pack and Rich went ...
... Kingstown and then along a windy coastal road, it reminded us of driving through the Transkei. When we arrived at the resort we were warmly welcomed given cold towels to cool us down and a delicious Buccament refreshing cocktail, fruit cocktail for the kids. So 2 for me!! Then shown round our villa. We got a golf cart lift to dinner at the Bay. Had a great meal next to the pools and ocean. Then back to the room for baths/showers and then ...
... asked to wear for the entire week - not the most sterile advice. In the end, I was shown the anaesthetic drugs and equipment, helped hold down a screaming child and took a history from a really friendly man with an inguinal hernia. The last patient we saw had HIV, TB, some serious clubbing and a hernia the size of a football entering his scrotum. Not nice. There were so many differences to the UK health care I'm used to. The sharps bins they use ...