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The island of St. Kitts. p.1

Capi4ca • 4 minutes read • August 16th, 2015
Our liner's next stop was to the 

island of St. Kitts

. There is also a second ship that comes to this island. We decided to first see the island of Nevis and to leave 

St. Kitts

for next time.

The islands of St. Kitts and Nevis is a single independent state. However, they didn't gain their independence until 1983, and before that they were a British colony.
The islands were discovered by Columbus in 1493, and they went to the British.
Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis is the smallest state in the Western Hemisphere both in terms of its area and population. The official language is English, but the dollar is accepted everywhere.

On our way to the island of St. Kitts.

That high mountain, in the distance, is the island of Nevis.

From the other side of the liner.

We were on the spot by 8 a.m. We would head back to the ship at 4.30 p.m. 

There were greeters for different tours inside the yellow building. Our tour to the island of Nevis started at 9 a.m. We had time to take photos all around. 

This was our ship, docked at the port.

There were pelicans on the flower-bed.

There were murals on the walls inside the yellow building.

Exit to the city.

But we decided to visit the city next time. For now, we set sail for the island of Nevis on this boat.

Let's hit the road! The water made me sea-sick, but I've suffered from sailing normally as well, although the voyage took us an hour.

Our liner (

Brilliance of the Seas

).

The boat was flying very fast, it felt like we were in Venice!

The crater of the volcano.

The mountain on the island of Nevis.

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

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