Rawlins Plantation Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the beaches in the area.
With the island of St. Kitts resembling a fish, most of the tourist beaches are located in the tail of the fish. Our first stop was Frigate Bay. It was the same beach we had been to the night before for dinner. After snapping a few pictures, we got back in the car and headed up to Sir Timothy's Hill. We stopped at top to take in the scenic view of the island, as well as take our picture with a ...
... to get us into the stores to actually buy something! I was invited to the VIPF party which was basically a plug for advertising all their ships and encouraging new bookings. However, we got free cocktails and appetizers. Elise and I decided to go for an earlier dinner to avoid the long line-ups. I had mushroom ...
... and miserable work in the sugar plantations. Reese is currently excavating a sugar plantation and it shows that even in the slave quarters there is evidence of some very nice and expensive goods that were obtained either because they bought them or were given to them as payment. Maps he showed us show the Quill almost cleared and farmed to the very top! At the end of the 18th century, slavery was outlawed in the Dutch Antilles but the slaves had no ...
To be honest, as we visited the first six islands on this trip we were concerned for some of the assemblies we saw in action. Populated by the elderly and small in number, they didn't seem to have much future, although there were bright spots, too. But then we came to St. Kitts where the Caribbean Brethren Conference was held and we were nearly blinded by so many bright spots in one place!
Here we ...
... they are the fastest in St. Kitts. Boy, I would like to see that race! Now a days all three racing cats have been converted to charter boats. They are hired to take up to 80 people snorkeling, on sunset booze cruises or to Nevis 10 miles south of St. Kitts. All three cats made our 45 foot catamaran look like a kitten. As soon as we finished docking, Tyler spotted Trucky and a few of his friends catching bait with a casting net. As you know, this got ...