Timothy Beach Resort
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... I did see a new art gallery on the other side of the National Museum building, and one of the artists was there to show off his work. The stuff there is very nice, but out of my price range for what I was looking for.
I got into a debate with one of the shop owners in Port Zante. He's seen me a bunch of times, which is helpful in that I get a "locals discount" which basically means he'll take the time to let me bargain instead of giving ...
... we'd have lots of choices. I was less impressed than last time, but it was ok.
Friday night, Jen got here!!!! I picked her up from the airport, we got settled and ate our food, waited for the rain to abate, and then set out for Potential with some other friends. Because it had just been raining, some sections of the dance floor were under about an inch or so of water. That didn't stop the Grandmasters from playing and everybody ...
... us shots to celebrate.
After dinner, we walked right up the street to Warner Park, the cricket stadium. Warner Park was hosting Music Fest 2012- the sweet 16 year of the festival. Saturday night is “lovers' night” and so they had a nice lineup of calmer acts.
(Thursday was mostly local bands for “walkup night” and Friday was reggae night featuring one of the Marley kids.) When ...
... in the afternoon, nobody was napping. Most people were just chilling or playing dominoes, which I partook in. It was a pretty calm party, but I met some cool people.
After, I grabbed a quick nap, and then was off to the real fun. Around 10:30 pm, I headed over to the Cayon area and met up with one of my girl friends. As she introduced me to her friends I felt like I was in a St. Kitts version of Snow White. ...
... up close. There were a couple of other rare species that we saw, and Vijai had a nice little underwater slate which he used to identify them, but I'm not really a fish person and don't remember what they were.
We also saw quite a few lionfish, which are an invasive species. Because they're messing with the ecosystem, people are encouraged to remove them from the ocean if seen in these waters. Both Vijai and one of the Ross students were ...