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... company. It was great to hear a different perspective on the life of the island.
Sat out the back of the house was an old ship in mid repair. Derek was rebuilding it himself, but had unfortunately had two fires previously. Still it looked like it was coming along well, especially for a well retired man. It was great to chat, have a drink or two and enjoy a different side of island life. I was sad to leave and not sure if I would ...
... meals! Sat down with some wine and olives and waited for him to come. Was well worth the wait! After some confusion trying to translate things with our waitress, we were able to order a delicious three course French meal with enough green beans to feed a starving country. Brendans duck was excellent, but I couldn't say no to fish in Martinique! We decided to cut our loses and catch a taxi home after that, well eager for bed. Was not so happy that it cost 20€ ...
... the Caribbean Sea it was easy to waste away an entire day in complete happiness, reliving the moments of our tour and looking forward to a whole week away from the boat. The area in Saint Lucia where we stayed, Rodney Bay, boasts the best restaurants in the whole Windward Islands and we wasted no time confirming this our first night. We dined at Saint Lucia’s best chef’s place, Blue Olive, and were not disappointed. We filled our week with more amazing ...
... days on patrol. His Dad had always wanted to be a cop, so one night Phil took him out with him on patrol. He pulled over a car suspecting DUI. He asked the woman driver to get out and told her she would need to walk along a straight line for him, like they do. She asked ...
... that played 60s tunes. The food was average and the service was Caribbean-speed, but it satisfied my hunger.
I started "being a tourist" at the north end of the island, where there are all sorts of signs directing you to "The Cap." I thought it would be a tourist attraction with all the signs, but it turns out to be a rich-people gated community. The gate guard let me in, showed me where to take ...