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... him, "No, thanks, we'll take the bus." He says "There in no bus to Anse-La Raye." I immediately retort, "Oh, yes there is, right across from the police station!"
It helps to have done your homework ahead of time...
We walk to the bus stop, which is actually quite a ways and it's hot. As we stand there, a cab driver comes over to tell us that we may be waiting awhile as the bus doesn't leave until it is full. Not sure if he is bs-ing us or not, we ask ...
... getting some dance lessons from a local girl. Progressing on my quest for a bubble bum. Had to look after some of the boys in the end, keep them from trying to sleep on the road. Good night in the end! Ruined today though, made it to town for some groceries and a smoothie, but that's as far as I got. Off for a proper breakfast with the crew tomorrow and then probably some more beach time! May do pigeon island again and pay more attention to what's written on the signs... ...
... anything anyone hands out to you and avoiding people inconspicuously trying to sidle up next to you. One end of the street had a large speaker playing an interesting mix of top 40 hits and reggae beats. The crowd of people was as interesting of a mix as the music. Tourists mixing with locals dancing in the middle of the street. We eventually met up with the other med students and joined in on the fun. As tempted as we were to stick around for the after party at ...
... to the only little restaurant on the Island but that was being refurbished so we found a little local place outside. What a feast!
Fried fish for me (steamed for Sharon) and rice with black-eyed peas, plantain and fried green bananas (different things apparently ) breadfruit, out-of-this-world, broccoli, carrots and both potato and tomato salads
During lunch we watched Dead TV! Recently deceased people are shown with a list of people left to mourn followed by ...
... we decided to try and wing it in the Discovery Hotel – a £200 a night hotel in Marigot Bay. Sharon asked a manager if we could use their pool. As it's shoulder season he said yes as long as we patronised the bar. Well that’s never been a problem for me so we had a couple of ice cold beers on their sun loungers and lorded it up in the Infinity pool.
They even had the one day cricket on the TV. It was the one ...
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