Bird Rock Beach Hotel
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... human race. Oh-Kay...Like I said, it is fun to share, though I think if I see them heading for our table again I will flee. Hahaha
We rushed through dinner, even skipping dessert (horrors!) to go to the show in the Princess Theater. It was a singing/dancing performance by the ship's company of entertainers. The name of the show was "It's a Swell Party" and Jeff put it succinctly when it said, "It wasn't"
All in all, a very nice ...
... number had done the trans-Atlantic crossing in the past. But no one remembers being so shut out of Internet access. It was so bad that the captain sent daily notes to us apologizing for the "heavily congested" Internet and strain on the satellite. Whatever was going on, we weren't able to check email and reassure ourselves that everyone ...
... 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 ...
... br> Kayak from the end of the peninsula (like Reggae Beach).
Run the golf cart paths of the golf course by the Marriott.
If it's a week night and you're on-island, go to No Limit Fitness (Frigate Bay by the circle with the Canadian flag) for aerobics/kickboxing/Zumba class that starts around 6ish.
If it's Saturday, go for a run/walk with the Hash House Harriers.
If you're on-island in March, do the cross-island swim (to or from ...
... and I decided to go over toe Potential, a bar by Independence Square.
The party at Potential was great for the first few minutes we were there. There are 2 major bands in St. Kitts- Sugar Band and Grandmasters (Nu Vybes). Personally, I prefer the Grandmasters live and Sugar Band's recordings. Grandmasters were at Potential, and I think that's what made the party fun. However, they finished at midnight, which is very early for St. Kitts ...