The Hermitage Plantation Inn
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... doing traditional dancing there. It was a lot more touristy over there and there seems to be a lot more Americans than Brits on holiday! There was also lots of people around the island because there were a couple of HUGE cruise ships in which were heading back to Southampton after here. Friday was a day of going to the hospital and lying by the pool. On Sa**************ed over to the beach at Frigate Bay again and were shocked to find that we were practically ...
... to life.
We walked back down the stairs and reunited with Leslie on the parade ground. We all strolled over near the edge by the ruins of the artillery officers quarters. As we got closer, Leslie noticed there was a little boy right behind me. I would guess he was five or six years old. While I walked closer to the edge he was so close to me I could feel him bump into my butt.
When I got to the wall at the edge ...
... oil and soy sauce, accompanied by a few veggies that weren't particularly flavorful. There were spots of sweet that tasted as if somebody made the dish, realized how bad it was, and poured mirin over a few spots to see if that fixed it. Those spots were better, but they were few and far between and most certainly weren't good, although they weren't as bad as the rest of the plate.
After I ate, it was time for the cart ...
... 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 ...
... washed off) I debated going back for the afternoon parade, but knew that if I went, I'd be partying all night again with my friends. I wasn't sure that my sore legs could take it and I didn't think that work on Tuesday would be so easy after 2 nights of partying and no sleep. Plus, the sun had taken a toll on me as well. I regret not going back, at least for a little, but I also probably made the right decision for my ...