The Hermitage Plantation Inn
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... on tourism and 5 huge medical schools. We all walk ashore 0830 bus to our bus that takes us to our train. We board our own bogie on the scenic st. kitts train around the island. They proudly announce an open bar and offer us rum punches and Pina coladas at 0900hrs complimentary. We hold out until a much more respectable 1000hrs. Our guide tells us about the history of the Island and points out some wildlife but mainly on both sides of the train are deserted sugar estates. A ...
... br> Additionally, since last I blogged, I went to Spratnet, a highly recommended fish restaurant. The menuthere consists of a wet-floor sign-sized chalkboard that says "fish, lobster, pizza" or something like that. I ordered pizza, and it was pretty reasonable.
In general, my weeks are pretty consistent and I've exhausted a lot of the tourist stuff to do. If I end up doing something new and different, I'll post, but most of St. Kitts has been ...
... eating there that day, we got the best table in the house and had a had a calm lunch overlooking their the foliage. Again, it was a “nice view” type of place with a calm ambiance made even calmer by the James Taylor and Jack Johnson playing softly in the background.
Of course, as was our luck for the weekend, as soon as we were done, it started to rain. I drove back down the mountain very carefully ...
... just guys in dresses on a stage. There wasn't the glamour I usually associate with a drag show. Also, as this was a church function, the guys were mostly wearing church dresses and not anything too risque. It was a ton of fun to hoot and holler at them though.
When the band was playing, and even earlier, when they just had a CD playing, there was a guy dancing to the music. He was very alone and acting a bit odd. At first I thought he was drunk, but ...
... even though we kept the kayaks a few minutes over what we paid for, the guy was nice enough to not charge us more.
After a nice lunch at the beach bar, we chilled and played some more volleyball until our stomaches settled.
Then, it was jetski time! This time, we all had life jackets on, which was good, because it was my turn to take a spill. Actually, it was really fun- both ...