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So after the bad experience on Thursday night which I have very little reconition of I spent the next few days trying to work out what had happened, seeing if I could get by bag back and reporting it to the police.
I luckily woke up in Rodney Bay on Friday at the Keele students' apartment in their spare room. We went down to KeeBees to try to find my bag and get some information. I hoped one of my friends ...
... or two. As the new medics were still jetlagged we called it a night quite early.
Tuesday, after hospital, I came home and did some admin, had some lunch before getting a bus to Rodney Bay. The Nottingham girls who had been living in the other apartment moved out to Rodney Bay today. They said it was because they didn't feel safe in Castries, but I think we all know it is so they are closer to the bars and beaches. It means I am now in the accommodation alone, ...
... said let me make a phone call and then said she got in contact with the company and they were coming to get us. We get into a random car which I thought to be very unsafe. Got taken to a shack off a dirt road that read National Car Rental. The lady there seemed very flustered like she had no idea what was going on. We said we booked a car. She said they didn't receive anything for it and we were supposed to ...
... tourist high season kitchen (rocks and some more rocks). We also all had to jump off the jumping off rock which was of course great fun! Strolling around the small spit of palm tree land we were beckoned by almost all the locals, who also were frustrated by us only talking to the dynamic duo. We saw the young lad smash a crab shell trying to find conch. It seems likely that they may be struggling in the wild now.
Back to the boat ...
... well restored, and the overpowering dampness gave a real impression of what the conditions would have been like back when it was inhabited by its famous prisoner.
The tour concluded with a visit to the Governor's Plantation House, complete with its vast grounds and resident giant tortoises. The most well-known being Jonathan – he was only 175 years old. Without doubt, though, the highlight of St. Helena had a more physically demanding aspect to it. ...
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