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... look around, then came back on board. Had some lunch then sat on balcony for a while. Dinner at night with Chris send Keith. Then to the show, Headliners dance troupe. Very good. Back to Chris send Keith's for a nightcap. Lazy day after the hectic day ...
... that are full of them. A few more good puns about the positives and negatives of such a busy town and we were at the Botanical Gardens, the most established gardens in the Caribbean is the claim. They are indeed impressive, the varieties of hibiscus ranged from a very pale yellow to a deep red. There were archways of buttercups, not like ours but huge yellow blooms. An unusual plant was a ‘cannonball tree’ which bore the ...
... dip in and out the water to cool off. We then headed back to the room to get out of the sun for a bit. Rich wasn't feeling great, maybe a bit dehydrated from the mornings volleyball. I lay outside on the loungers reading while Roxton played in our plunge pool the others watched tv inside. We all bathed/showered and then headed out for dinner at the Bay. After dinner we went to HQ and got ice-cream for the walk back. We were all in bed by ...
... the week has revolved around the big sport around here... cricket! The West Indies A side were playing Sri Lanka A in two 20-20 matches, on Tuesday and Wednesday. Arnos Vale cricket ground is a 10 minute drive from where we are staying, right next to the airport. You can see Bequia idyllically in the distance, from the stands. Apparently, its one of the top 5 most attractive cricket grounds on the globe. Unfortunately, Tuesday was rained ...
... somebody has told me that they were called that because they always faced the same direction and could be used as a compass. On this tour, the guide showed me that they actually contain pure water. If you're ever lost in the jungle, you can poke a hole in one and drink from it.
Then, we went to a bunch of Pirates of the Caribbean sites at Walliabou. At one, they have an area that was used in the movie and the actual pier that was ...