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... me to one of her daughter's friend's birthday parties. It was at the beach, and so I got to hang out with the parents and supervisors, drink wine, swim in the beautiful crystal clear ocean and just chill out. It was just what I needed. I'm not looking forward to going back to hospital at all on Monday, but I guess I'll just have to keep an open mind and see what happens. It might be very civil, or I might be banished from the hospital. I'll find out soon. Take care. ...
... so far. From the first ward round I found myself disagreeing with almost everything that the consultant for the week said. I was quite worried about many patients, worried that the things that were being done to them in hospital to try and make them better could actually be making them worse. I have had many long chats to Lisa about this, and in her typical unflappable fashion she has actively encouraged me to do something about my concerns. So at the end of my first week I ...
... the EC (East Caribbean Dollar) which is 2.7 for every US dollar. We did find that overall, food at the grocery store is more expensive than at home. It probably shouldn't be surprising, given that it is an island, be we were a little shocked. We were instructed not to get any fish at the market, as it is best to get fresh fish caught that day on the side of the road, by the sea. They prep the fish right there and it is sea to ...
... if st Hilda's had tried to get us to dress up as our favourite bible character. Moving on... To interesting stories if beaches and booze (just for you, dad, as I know how much you love reading about my drinking habits!) so Monday and Tuesday we just spent at reduit beach in Rodney bay, pretty easy to get to and can have a decent coffee on the way. I was feeling pretty shocking on Monday, so took it pretty easy. Luckily was feeling better by Tuesday though ...
So where to start.... We had a great crossing with no dramas to report which is good. Saw lots of whales at one point they were surrounding the boat swimming from back to front and left to right, having watched too much frozen planets I thought they were trying to submerge us to cut off our oxygen supply and eat their dinner, rest assured they were just playing. Robs fishing line was yet again not up to the standards and a few days in we ...
Other places to stay in Castries
Bois d'Orange Gros Isle , Castries | 2 star hotelfrom $45
Flamboyant Road, Reduit Beach Rd, Rodney Bay, Castries | 3 star hotelfrom $92
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- Absolute paradise
- Waterfront relaxation in Harmony suites
PO Box 296, Castries | Hotelfrom $150
Clarke Avenue, Castries | Hotelfrom $38
la toc road, Castries | 1 star hotelfrom $65
P.O.Box 527, Castries | Hotelfrom $102
P.O. Box GM508, Castries | 2 star hotelfrom $95
Vielle Bay, Castries | Hotelfrom $133
Choc Bay-Gros Islet Hwy, Castries | 3 star hotelfrom $190
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