Little Good Harbour
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... Lunch is brilliant (accompanied by more drinks of course - Long Island iced tea for me this time).
Our waitress is full of jokes and we specially love it when she swipes Phil for trying to help Omara up from her chair. "Suppose make her fall in the water?" She chides. Of course we chime our support for her chastisement. Poo Phil. He's a good sport.
Later she encourages him to be "the number one baby daddy" to his first ...
Glenn and i went for a walk this morning, had time for a swim before lunch. After lunch Joan and i went to the spa across the road. She had a manicure and i got a pedicure. We are reversing that on Sunday. The appointment had to be cut short so we could be ready to go to Oistin's for the fish Fry. We arrived early and were able to watch the turtles and shoot the sunset. Dinner choices were flying fish for me, Kingfish for Glenn, shrimp for Joan and red snapper for Dave. ...
... and I did, as ever, manage to position ourselves near the table of free drinks, from which we replenished our glasses more than once before dinner. ;-)
In the Bay Tree restaurant later on, we found we only had Don, the 85-year old solo traveller, for company - there was no sign of Peter and Kate, so maybe they'd gone to one of the other restaurants or decided to give dinner a miss.
The show in the theatre tonight ...
... his symptoms are so severe that OT would not be helpful until things get under control. This client thinks that all the male and female staff and clients are trying to molest him and kill him at this point. He's been kept on his ward under supervision because he has been verbally aggressive towards the staff. I have not even gone down to the ward to talk with him because the doctor advised against it at this point. Hopefully this coming week I'll be able ...
... point, after which it becomes a very pleasant experience.
Continued on towards the bus terminal, and took a quick look around the local craft centre of Pelican Village. Not very busy today but containing lots of small shops sellings all sorts of craftwork.
Then I jumped on the bus to head up west. Pretty boring. But hopefully tomorrow [or soon anyway] I can bring out my tourist side again.. :)