Sunset Shores Beach Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
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... We explained we would be gone by then so she said they would open a night early and let us be the first to try out the new place, so we booked a table for tomorrow night. We instead headed back to town for dinner and ended up at The Fig Tree which we enjoyed. Everywhere in Bequia closes by about 10pm, many of the restaurants shut earlier if they are quiet. It is nice to be somewhere so quiet and peaceful, but strange to be somewhere where places close!
... the United States) spend their whole lives on self created "islands", never experiencing anything very far from their home, culture and comfort zone... even though it would be very easy for them to step outside of it. There are people I work with in the United States who not only have no interest in visiting any foreign countries--they have no interested in even visiting cities where they would encounter people different culturally from ...
... descendants of the Carib, the original inhabitants of the island. I'm not able to observe two distinct cultures here, one Carib and one African--they all seem to be one people. St Vincent has a different history than some of the islands where the natives were quickly wiped out by guns and diseases brought by Europeans. Here the first "colonists" were actually escaped or shipwrecked African slaves who ...
I must say that so many fun memories of my childhood happened right here in St. Vincent. Rod and I want the boys to have those types of memories. Memories of fun time playing and laughing not just sitting in from of a screen. Childhood ends all too soon. Today the boys experience one of the fun things about growing up in the caribbean. Warm rain! Now we are use to rain living in Washington and that really doesn't stop us from ...
... and fragrant flowers that only last for a day. Apparently these flowers are used in the making of many perfumes.
Gary also showed us the cinnamon tree and how the bark was used to make this spice. Then there was the nutmeg tree with fruits not unlike conkers. Once out of their shell you could see the mace that is used in self defence sprays. Then the nutmeg itself inside. We saw a whistling pine tree but there was not ...