The Tamarind Club
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... hoards of people.
We are visiting another botanical gardens tomorrow when we visit St.Kitts & Nevis so it will be interesting to see the difference.
I wasn't out too long, it was getting very hot but did walk back to the port area but not before stopping at the Marina where expensive yachts were moored. I sat and enjoyed an ice cream, 8.00 US$ for a small tub - a bit steep I thought but then if you own an expensive yacht I guess 8.00US$ ...
... up especially for the sailing fraternity at sundown. Made up as follows.... Dark rum over ice, Pineapple juice, Orange Juice, Coco Lopez and finally a touch of nutmeg on the top. Well, all I can tell you is …. after two, (if you dare,) definitely NO MORE PAIN.
The second notable thing that happened to us was at lunch the following day. There we all were, all four of us sitting in the cockpit of the boat having a salady lunch when some
... ten days we'll be back to St. Thomas (it is the only port we repeat) and we are making plans on what to do then. Hope the thrusters will be repaired by then.
We walked back to town and man! it started to pour rain again! I'm drenched down to my swimsuit. We explored some alleys, went to the historic bakery district but everything was closed up tight. Oh, duh, it's Sunday - the only shops open are the tourist ones. We catch a tender and get back to the boat about 1:30.
... really want to buy a ceramic fireball to put in the screened in room that Amb is going to build at the cottage, but she is scared that it will get broken so it will have to wait for another trip...it is very cool though!!! The skies look like they are about to open up so we jump back into the jeep and follow the road back over the bridge towards Road Town. Now it is almost time for Happy Hour at Nanny Cay…this has become ...
... a kayak and snorkel trip. I should backtrack by saying that our awesome deck 2 cabin is right under a restaraunt. You'd think it would be nice and quiet most of the time but unfortionately it's not. For some reason the staff starts banging around at 3AM and they don't stop until 9AM. For the last two days we've been up at 3AM. We went to complain twice to see if they could stop making so much noise because the quickest ...