Blue Heron by Rex Resorts
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... from one to another and then deciding that he could guess a new route back to the hotel which took him up over the hills by Nelson's Dockyard and back to where he started, but not at the hotel. He finally returned to the hotel, drenched with sweat and full of tales of herding goat and climbing mountains. We walked to round the corner to a nice little restaurant, Trappas, for dinner, then got another early night.
... made sure that we had a photo with her and showed us how she had made the food we ate. This felt like the real character of the Caribbean.
Market shopping in the Caribbean is interesting. Lots of the same fruit and veg everywhere, of differing quality and all the same price. It was interesting that there was next to no haggling from these women, they only spoke when you were looking at their ...
... and there's a jet ski with nobody on it and someone floating in the water. Oh no what will we tell Lauren when we get back. I wander over and it could just be the highlight of my trip. Its Billy. He's tried to do a doughnut at full pace and the thing chucked him off. I check he's alright and bugger off. According to James all he heard as Billy was in the air was James, James.
We had dinner and a few drinks with James and Lauren and Billy finally does the straw through the ...
This resort is mostly older folk, we met our next door neighbours who are from Edmonton, have a 2 yr old son and a 13m old girl but they arrived a week ago and left this afternoon :( We also hung out with a crazy fun lady from Indiana and her husband and two early 20 something sons. They were a hoot but they also left today sadly. So the resort was rather quiet as most people left today and we later saw new blood come in late in the day. Hoping ...
... There" said Min when we got back to the pool. "I bet you feel better now?"
"You must do that every day." My reply was short and to the point and rhymed with "toy locks" but said under my breath.
Other than that excitement, everything has fallen into a steady routine, of eating and chilling by the pool. We're all getting badly bitten by the mosquitoes and sand flies and the neighbours above us, (and next to Elaine and David) ...