Old Manor Hotel
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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. ...
... Looking closely at those canons I saw something I had never seen before, the aiming mechanism. On top of the barrel was a straight notch. Near the back was an arrow shape pressed into the top. It was suddenly obvious that lining those two up was how they would aim the canon.
There were several rooms in the citadel that had been restored. They housed artifacts, maps, historic recreations, and drawings that helped bring ...
... and cans them. This is definitely something I'll try to make on my own later.
I grabbed a quick bite at Chef's Garden Restaurant- it was bad. The restaurant itself is nice in that it's just off Fort Street in a side courtyard that is nice and shady. I always pass the specials sign and they at least look interesting, so I tried some chow or lo mein (whatever the special was that day). It was basically spaghetti that was ...
... on myself. I threw in the towel before the wet I was promised. Supposedly, some time after I left, the fire department turns on water and sprays (nicely) the whole crowd. Actually, the reason I have no pictures of my own is that I didn't want to ruin my camera in the water.
As soon as I got home, I passed out for a good 2 hours. After the nap and a shower (where I apparently didn't even get all of ...
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