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The island of Nevis. Lunch and beach. p.4

Capi4ca • 3 minutes read • August 16th, 2015
After the tour we went to lunch.

But first I'll show a fire wood, called the flamboyant. This is a local symbol, locals call it shake-shake. Probably, because the seeds in the pods are so noisy if you shake it.

Lunch. Before pouring our drinks, they added ice. Knowing how icy the drinks here were, we asked not to add ice. 

Sipped our drinks and got drunk at once!

We ordered fish with rice for lunch.

The beach was close. During lunch, we met two Russian tourists at the bar - they had rented a villa for a month. Relaxing.

The water was clear, but there are yachts, boats and rushing waves from surfers. It was uneasy.
We could see the island of 

St. Kitts

and our liner, 

Brilliance of the Seas,

 from here.

We found such pebbles. Perhaps this is coral?

Our boat being driven closer to the coast.

Tourists went aboard.

Returning to the 

island of St. Kitts

.

And here is the island of St. Kitts. Our liner departed within the hour.

To be continued...
Author: Capi4ca
Source: capi4ca.livejournal.com
Translated by: Gian Luka

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