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We've got two more days at sea before we arrive at Fort Lauderdale. It feels like we are on our way home now - boo. Top Gun is being shown again on the open air screen by the pool. Like it or not the sound is on full blast so you've got few options if you do not want to watch it. I decided to sleep instead and had the weirdest dream about two ambitious Sisters of Mercy. They were great rivals as both wanted to become the Mother Superior in ...
... port area before returning to the ship. The Historic area looks pretty good, with old stone buildings and park areas (Bridgetown and its Garrison is has recently been inscribed as an UNESCO World Heritage site), but there is not a lot there that we want, as all the food and drink we need is right on the ship, and free.
At night Celebrity Showtime is Perry Grant in Concert, in the theatre, a bit different to his more intimate Michael's Club routine, ...
... cats sat outside the cafe. On the way back we popped into a little place and booked a days diving, our last one of the trip. A few days later they picked us up and we went down to the Pitons and dived at the bottom of them. Had been so long since we dived it was nice to get in the water again. Enjoyed a couple of chilled out dives and was so pleased when i saw a turtel. I will never get bored of them. We spent the rest of our time ...
... as we still had new sights to see and people to meet. Harriet remarked about a large green pod that was growing on one tree and a local vendor began telling her about the tree. It was called a Cavendish tree and the pod could be used for wood carving or it could be halved and made into bowls by the islanders.
Casual walks thru towns can be a good way to meet people and to see the structure of the society that makes the town unique among other towns. ...
... being heckled by these "boat boys" who would motor alongside us on our sail to Soufriere. They insisted on helping us pick up a mooring which by now for us is about as simple as tying your shoelaces. After being handed the rope to tie off to we sarcastically thanked them for all their help, but it didn't end there. Now they demanded to be tipped for all their hard work and gas they wasted helping us out. ...