The New Montrose Hotel
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Tuesday and Wednesday were pretty similar to Monday. So on Tuesday, I got up and went to the hospital for ward round. Afterwards I came back and we headed for Young Island. We tried to get some cash out on our way but all our cards were rejected which was really odd. We tried another cash machine and the same happened, although we later realised they were ATMs from the same bank. We got to Young Island and ad lunch at the restaurant. I ordered the catch ...
... past a netball match which the English girls were playing and so stopped and watched the rest of the game. The English team won, which we weren't surprised by as Sasha had said that they had beaten a team at the beginning of the week and since the St Vincent teams were cautious to play and often cancelled including a tournament.
The guys that had taken us home last night offered to take us out to some local places ...
... inside. Sasha suggested we came and met them at the resort they were staying at called Buccament Bay Resort and invited us to play netball with them. Lizzy and Beth were excited as they both play netball back home.
Later, the group of us walked back to my apartment where we finished off another bottle of rum (this time Sparrows, only 43%) before bed. It was a great night, just a shame that the other Imperial students were leaving in the morning for ...
Day totals: 16 hrs, 3.1 kms Just one glance at St Vincent and I know that it's going to be a very different experience. For one thing, this country has some serious mountains to it--much bigger than the ones in Grenada. Also, from the sky I notice the landscape dotted with large, beautiful villas rather than simple wood-and-metal-roof homes. But the airport is quite a contrast, it has more the feel of a third world bus station rather than an airport, with ...
... for a property. The driver told him about a failing banana and cut flower farm, 7.5 acres in the Mesopotamia Valley, and the result is Montreal Gardens, a twenty-year labor of love. Although some members of our group say they are disappointed in the lack of variety, I am still excited by the lushness, the many kinds of palms, begonias and heliconias, and the giant leaves that resemble fabric, some soft as velvet, others that are literally pleated. The garden ...