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Nice day once again, did 7 laps of the Promenade deck before showering and going for breakfast in the Waterside, which is becoming a favourite for breakfast because of the variety of choices on offer, particularly the fruit. After breakfast we finished our tea in the sunshine overlooking the pool at the back of the ship. We then went to survey the ...
... extra per day, nothing in the Caribbean, it couldn't get any better: a nice small flat in front of the beach, on a quiet non touristic spot.
This island was the introduction to the Rastafary culture. We rapidly met Vision, a guy living next door in a kind of shed/cultural place/apparently future Cafe and Cannabis museum. He is nice and we let him talk about the rasta culture, etc. We didn't agree with ...
... we were here, WE HAD ARRIVED!.
It was so nice to have a whole night’s sleep. The next day we all set to and cleaned the boat and made a few small repairs.
A strange coincidence the boat next to us in the marina is the boat that was attacked, we heard the story of what happened and talked to his wife, she seemed to be coping with her loss fairly well and was preparing the boat for sale. It appears that when her husband was attacked and punched ...
... the island in a day trip. We stopped in the capital of Castries to grab fresh squeezed island juices of passion fruit, mango and citruses and browse among the many street vendors and their crafts. Next stop was a rum distillery where we samples dozens of varieties of the local pride, I never knew rum came in so many yummy flavors like coffee, hazelnut and chocolate! After getting a quality morning buzz on and loading up with enough bottles to sink the ship it was time ...
... 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 ...