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... I was quite reluctant to get in. Stuart assured me it would be fine. This little man scared the living daylights out me as he sped widely along windy roads, tyres screeching and horn blowing as we went. After reaching our destination his offer of a return ride to town was smartly declined before Stuart could register what he said!
The Four Seasons is a stunning resort covering acres ...
... have paid with them. Apparently any currency is good. He bids us on our way with our drug prescription and calls in the next patient. But the kicker to all of this is that the phone rang here at home the next day. Hearing who it was, I almost dropped it. On the other end of the line was Dr. Jacob. "Hello, just calling to see how Peter is doing?" It's different. It's loose. It works. Hail to the Nevisian medical system. ...
As usual, I was the first of my clan to wake up. I went up to the lido deck for coffee. At that time we were still about an hour or so south of our docking at Basseterre, St. Kitts. It was still somewhat dark, but I could see the outline of the island.
During breakfast we decided to go to the Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park. Brimstone was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. We also wanted to see the ...
... where everybody is in a good mood was fabulous. As an added bonus, we weren't all sweaty and gross as it was pretty cold outside (which in St. Kitts means 75 degrees F). If you are ever here and have an opportunity to attend something like this, I highly recommend it.
I slept away the morning because I had partied into today. When I did wake, I went into town to sign up for the jouvert troop, but the place said that they hadn't ...
... we were going on a dinner cruise. Nope. We were just using the boat as a ballroom. The food was ok, although they didn't share the menu until after we were done eating and when I went up to the buffet, I could never find a staff member to tell me what was what, so I didn't eat that much. The boat itself is rather nice. It is well-kept.
The evening was some sort of gala for the Chamber of Industry and Commerce, so ...
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