Ocean Terrace Inn
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... art of painting fabric - the bright colored fabric we associate with Africa. - another of their industries here. Then we moved on to the Brimstone fortress high on a hill. This fortress was built stone by stone by slaves and it took over 100 years to build. It is massive, and canons still sit, strategically placed so that soldiers would have the vantage point of any enemy approaching. It was this fortress the British used to defend against the French who wanted ...
... We started the day first by having breakfast with the boys as they went off to school at the Golden Rock Catholic school (when not sick...see later). They are driven by Reese at 7:30 am. They return at different times. Jack arrives home first about 12:30 and Jeffrey at around 2:15. They are both dropped off by a bus at the top of the main hill road and walk the rest of the way home. They look so cute in their uniforms, light blue oxford shirts and ...
... and are important for moving to and away from the dock. As a result, we would not be tying up at the port in St. Kitts, but would be tendered in.
This wasn't a problem for us as we hadn't made any plans except just wandering around town, but there was lots of hubbub as the lifeboats were lowered. To get to shore you have to get a tender ticket and through the day they call the numbers. It's interesting ...
Jeff went up to the buffet for coffee, yogurt and fruit and we had breakfast on our balcony.
We are almost directly below the Bridge at the very front of the ship. Check out these huge windshield wipers!
This afternoon we walked 5 miles which is 15 laps around the Promenade deck. While walking I spotted a whale off in the distance. We called to people along the deck and they rushed to ...
... able to do justice to a full 3 course meal (with slabs of meat) but I'm going to give it a go.
This is a restaurant that you dress up for. Seated at an intimate table for two I find myself sitting amongst loved up couples and romantic table settings with candles.
We start with an Amuse Bouche of green pea veloute with lobster bisque. Tiny taste (which of course is what an amuse bouche is all about)...it certainly got my taste buds excited.