The Flamboyant Hotel & Villas
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... Grenada. Primarily, the institution takes in disabled children, however, if the child is too disabled to leave when he or she becomes an adult, Dorothy Hopkin will house the child permanently into adulthood. As such, while many of the residents were children, there were quite a few adults at the home as well. We had a chance to learn about The Home, tour it, and meet some of its residents. We also provided breast exams to the female staff members here as well. Some of what we ...
... the damp weather.
As we drove back to the port we travelled through the Sendall a Tunnel, built in 1895 and named after the then Governor Walter Sendall. Both vehicles and pedestrians used this narrow tunnel and quite alarmingly at the same time!
Back on board we ended our day with a drink in the observatory bar sorting out the photos for this blog.Gradually the skies were darkening and we watched as the sun went down on our 2nd day.
This morning we got to sleep in which was a wonderful thing. That was especially good news for Donna's feet. They haven't wanted to play well in this heat, and humidity blowing up like balloons at night. However, she gets up every morning wanting to see more, and keeps going. Today we are not scheduled to arrive in St. George's, Grenada till 1pm. We decided to pass on breakfast, and head straight to lunch. After lunch we went up to deck 17 to watch our arrival into Grenada. Once ...
... shop was closed and so we couldn't buy any of the local hooch.
We had dinner with 2 members of the Moorings yacht club and two old ladies one from California and one from Albuquerque and discussed the pros and cons of various TV series (mostly US - but apparently Doc Martin is very popular amongst the oldies there)
The evening finished off with a Grenadan steel band and everyone was up dancing to the tinklings of Abba. I resisted until "persuaded" by the young Swedish crew members!
... I walked outside. Cuz the beach was literally right there. To give you an idea of what it looked like, I walked outside, (max one minute walk from my room) to get here.Bam. I was in heaven and I spent the next couple of hours pinching myself in the sand and on hammocks trying to make sure it was all real. That's when I head out to the city. Catching the local bus, I went on out to the city to sink in some of the local sights. Now, I was a little unsure of how ...