The Hermitage Plantation Inn
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... shoreline up to the mountains. The volcanic peaks rise nearly four thousand feet above sea level covered with lush green rainforest. We passed through several small villages where the children in their smart school-wear rushed out of school to wave to us.
The tour finished with a sightseeing tour in the bus along the south western coast to the port and our ship. A totally different tour to those we have taken on other ...
... a hothouse to simulate the rainforest (without the torrential downpours we had got used to) it had got some parrots including one with the fantastic vocabulary of hello and a wolf-whistle ! After this we continued climbing up to the crest at Gingerland and had a long coast down the other side regaining our breath, we then stopped for lunch at a local snackette and had good cheap local food and a chat with the locals having their rum for lunch !! after this I had problems with my ...
... up some strawberry cheesecake ice cream from the pink-and-white-striped ice cream place on Fort Street. (I'd always wanted to go there, but it's always closed.) That was easily the best ice cream I've had on the island. I highly recommend it.
I also went to get some gifts for some cousins I'm going to see soon. Since it's not a cruise ship day, a minimal amount of stores are open in Port Zante and the Amina Craftmarket isn't open ...
... but we eventually found signs for a restaurant that sounded like it was at a hotel or something and would be open. We followed the signs down some side road, up some back road, on some neighborhood path that was more driveway than road, up the mountain, and finally to the Montpelier.
Montpelier is a hotel/restaurant on the site of what used to be a sugar mill. They have some very pretty gardens. As we were the ...
... nice views of the mountains, nice views of the town, just a lot of nice views. Of course, they come with a sea breeze, nice temperatures, and a relaxing vibe.
We had a chill dinner, and although the food was good, I didn't feel that it was so outstanding as to be a favorite. The dessert was good too, and thankfully the waiter didn't put a candle in the cake like my mom wanted him to for my birthday. He did, ...