The Hermitage Plantation Inn
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... We didn't realize how deeply this had affected us until we walked back to the ship after clearing our email and learning all was okay -- Rosemarie commented several times during the rest of the day about how good she felt. At first , we thought it was from walking on land. Then, we realized it was relief to know our family was doing ...
... the match and met the Hampshire cricket veterans side (50-70+) who were also there to watch, we chatted with many of them, they are on a 2 week cricket tour to St Kitts & Nevis with 3 matches planned, but it seems the WI idea of vets is a side older than 35, so our boys!! got a bit of a drubbing, but apparently they won the drinking match ! so balance restored. We watched the England v France rugby match, we allowed them to bully us a bit in the first half but really turned ...
... It was perfectly creamy with just the right flavor- not too tangy or too salty or too anything. The pumpkin was well-complimented with some muted spices, but they were just enough to make it stand out properly. The only unfortunate part is that it's only the "soup of the day" so it's only around once per week, per the waitress. I will have to call ahead to see when it's the soup of the day and I will totally order it to pick up and take away when it ...
... 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 ...
... for a while, until the power started blipping. One second, you could hear Toni, the next, just the instruments as they would carry without speakers. Then, you could hear again.
Welcome to St. Kitts and sudden storms.
Eventually, the rain subsided and we decided to take our soaked selves back to the car. Even though Omarion was up next, it was after midnight, which is late for my parents and I think they'd had ...