Timothy Beach Resort
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... on tourism and 5 huge medical schools. We all walk ashore 0830 bus to our bus that takes us to our train. We board our own bogie on the scenic st. kitts train around the island. They proudly announce an open bar and offer us rum punches and Pina coladas at 0900hrs complimentary. We hold out until a much more respectable 1000hrs. Our guide tells us about the history of the Island and points out some wildlife but mainly on both sides of the train are deserted sugar estates. A ...
... 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 ...
Recently, the novelty of living on a tropical island wore off. I think I realized it when I toured a friend around the island and wasn't so in-awe of the things that I used to be. Also, I got sick and had to deal with a lack of pharmacies/choices. Plus, work has been very stressful recently. Paradise isn't supposed to be stressful!
Culturama weekend brought some relief as we had 2 days off of work. Saturday, I went to water aerobics and was ...
... 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. ...
... it was a whole bunch of things mixed up, wrapped in an almond leaf, and steamed. I'm not totally sure what was in there, but it was good, whatever it was. It was also pretty filling.
On the menu, I noticed monkey. Yes, they eat the monkeys here, just like people in the states eat deer. I didn't get that.
Later, I got boiled peanuts (had the same texture as kidney beans, but the ones I got were so salty I couldn't really taste a lot of the flavor), ...