The Hermitage Plantation Inn
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... Check out the local vendors in Basseterre who are sitting by the circus or the terminal and selling local fruits, veggies, and beverages. You won't find these in the grocery store. Also, if it's Saturday morning, check out the Saturday market for fresh whole spices and more local foods. Depending on what season it is, see if you can get your hands on these items that aren't common in the states:
breadfruit, breadnut, soursop (or soursop juice), wax ...
... where everybody is in a good mood was fabulous. As an added bonus, we weren't all sweaty and gross as it was pretty cold outside (which in St. Kitts means 75 degrees F). If you are ever here and have an opportunity to attend something like this, I highly recommend it.
I slept away the morning because I had partied into today. When I did wake, I went into town to sign up for the jouvert troop, but the place said that they hadn't ...
... 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 ...
... we were going on a dinner cruise. Nope. We were just using the boat as a ballroom. The food was ok, although they didn't share the menu until after we were done eating and when I went up to the buffet, I could never find a staff member to tell me what was what, so I didn't eat that much. The boat itself is rather nice. It is well-kept.
The evening was some sort of gala for the Chamber of Industry and Commerce, so ...
... I've ever seen, even on those tv shows. The pig-thing was just sleeping under some boats on a rack. It wasn't chained, penned, or otherwise limited as to where it could go, although I'm not sure what you'd use to pen something like that in anyway. We hung out a while,
but then we left to make it to the “Sea Bridge” in time to cross and see the end of the race.
The Sea Bridge consists of ...