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March 16th 2017
Published: June 23rd 2017
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Geo: 17.0817, -61.8077

I think we have been here before but my memory fails me. I don't remember it. We arrived about 8 and docked right in the city of St. John's, the capital. It wasn't long until we were tied off and received Clearance to come ashore. Sure nothing like we experienced in South America.

We got off and waited what seemed like forever before we were taken to our bus for our tour. Dennis was or driver and guide. 78 years old and born and raised on the island. Very narrow streets and small busses.

We travel along the center road to the other side of the island to Shirley Heights. Beautiful views of the Caribbean Sea. We then traveled around and through parts of town to Nelson Dockyard. Very nice well kept up British Naval yard. We sampled some very good fruit punch and rum punch. Island is definitely British but according to our guide the Chinese have recently invested quite heavily in the island.


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