The Cobblestone Inn
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... rock. I had a beef roti that was so tender, so tasty and also so filling. Brod was feeling great so had a nap in the car while we ate, then Jim disappeared to be found also asleep in the car. Soon enough all Mike joined them and it was just us three girls still awake so we went down onto the beach to find a spot to nap. The boys finally woke up about 6:30pm and we headed back home. We decided that we couldn't face another night out and so just got drop back.
... of attendance the previous day). It was pretty short session and we were still done by half ten.
We spent most of the afternoon waiting around for Dr V to finish her clinic so we could finally pay our rent. She kept us waiting saying it wouldn't be long but didn't finish until past 4pm. We paid and then walked down to the supermarket to buy some food ready for the volcano climb we are doing tomorrow. On our way down ...
... there was about ten of us, we walked back towards our apartments. Some people shouted over to us as we were walking and we noticed they had London accents so went over. Turns out it was Sasha, an England Netball player, who was over coaching an English club team who were on tour, her friend and some locals they had met. We stayed outside the bar they were at chatting as the place (called The Plant Shop) was so smoky inside we thought we would get high if we ...
... outside I got an electric shock. Even when I turned it off at the wall which is strange. Also when I took thr plug out of the sink after washing up water flooded into the kitchen through this open pipe next to the oven and sink. Weird. So I think she needs to come have another look. I am the first person to stay in this apartment as it had just been 'finished', so I think there are some teething problems. Anyway I was still able to eat and have a cup of tea so I was happy.
... proud of the education system, all free and of the school children, who had just gotten out of school and were waiting for their buses as we drove by. They looked smart in their uniforms, which are required by every school, public and private, and judging from the variety of colors, there are a large number of schools.
About twenty-five years ago, Timothy Vaughan, a Welsh landscaper visiting St. Vincent got into a taxi and told the driver that he ...