The Ginger Lily Hotel
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... Skype chat to Katie joined them. At 5pm we moved down to Spinnakers for Happy Hour cocktails and for some more card games. They had to reteach me most of the games, which I have probably forgotten how to play again by now. After a couple drinks each we moved into Rodney Bay town and found a bar that had some pool tables so got a drink and played some pool. I have only played a couple times and so we split into 2 ...
3 hrs, 1 km Unlike the other islands, St Lucian vans don't leave until full--which is a problem for people who need a lift at villages along the way. But then I notice, St Lucia really doesn't have villages. Unlike Grenada and St Vincent, with little hamlet dotting the landscape all along the way, here it seems there are just towns... and then jungle. There doesn't seem to ...
... the deck a lot – 3 loops equals a mile and I usually do about 3 to 4 miles a day with my headphones on, nice breasy view of the Caribbean sea while exercising, I can’t exactly complain. By the way, how is the snow back at home? (sorry!) ;)
That’s it for now, as much as I could go on writing an writing I can’t sit in my cabin, its 30 degrees outside (sorry, again). Hope everyone is well back at home, I miss you all and seriously wish you were all here with me. ...
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Back at Nature's Paradise the refreshingly cool pool was so welcome. Poolside, I mentally wrestled with my "Wednesday Crosswords" puzzle book for a while before giving in and sneaking some quick peeks at the clues. I had hoped when I bought that book that I'd be able to handle it, since it was 4 days short of the most difficult category, but unfortunately, no.
... called out to us and started yelling out that it was too dangerous. They told us to turn around and take a bus. Just after we had thanked the. And turned around we ran into a lady on her way back from work asking us where we were going and telling us it was too dangerous to walk along the roads past a certain point be ause if thieves hiding in the bushes...and especially cause we're obviously not native and stick out like sore thumbs... She stood on this side of ...