Tradewind Guest Suites on Salt Cay
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... office stores. The roads are flooding already with huge puddles when it rains here there is no place for the rain to go. I was worried about our little car Kelly (that's the cars name) would get lost in the puddles. Guess what we found a Wine Store :-) it was a very interesting place 3 security guards and after you paid a young man took the wine to your car. The prices were high on the wine but the beer was cheap you just never ...
... beach bar and look out the palm trees blowing in the wind and the crystal clear blue / green water. Asian fusion was the theme tonight complete with chop sticks, Marjorie and I made the rice and cold slaw and Craig did the whahoo fish which had been seasoned and dipped in sesame seeds and quickly seared very delicious...what a team!
Played some cards and dice another great night!
... the first Spanish visitors and have been unaffected by any
outside bloodlines for more than 400 years.
The donkeys…..have more rights than the locals! They actually have a list of donkey rights
and our bus driver moaned that these rights outnumbered his own. We saw a lot of these cute little beasts on
our bus trip and also a lot of the stray (but friendly) pot bellied dogs. They get fed by the locals and wander about
quite happily ...
... saying goodbye to the kids we knew. They asked us not to go and told us they would miss us. I told one of them I'd be back someday and he was so disappointed to not hear an exact time. When I said, "a couple years," he moaned and told me that was two long. Another boy asked me to return as an intern, and a bunch just hugged me and wouldn't let me go. One boy picked me up in a giant hug. As we walked out the gates, a girl I got close to attempted to drag me back ...
... for me to head to the docks.
It had finally been a day with good weather, which showed by the amount of fish the fisherman brought in. In two hours, I measured over 300 fish. After about 150, this is no longer fun, but thankfully the fisherman were keeping my partner and me entertained. As I picked up fish to measure, one guy was teaching me the local names for the fish. Another was attempting to guess what weight each fish ...