Again, we decided to take the island tour with a taxi driver. Well worth the money for what you get to see in a relatively short period of time.
Okay, this is one of the oldest churches in the Caribbean. It’s actually the oldest in some way but at the time of writing this…. I don’t have that infor with me. 🙂
St. Kitts on the horizon.
The steel pots that the sugar cane used to be boiled in. These are now everywhere as monuments to an age that’s now done since there is really no more sugar cane production in the Eastern Caribbean…. certainly nothing that we’ve seen.
A beautiful resort on the windward side of the island (eastern). It gets confusing as Nevis is a leeward island. Had enough yet?
A more picturesque view of one of the older homes on the island. Many are in lesser repair than this one.
A stunning tree. Probably not quite as great as the tree we saw on St. Kitts but, alas, I don’t have a picture of it.
Everything grows amazingly well here.
Here’s my point.
A truly stunning resort that is being turned more into a lunch and dinner destination. The landscaping here is truly marvelous. It is called Golden Rock.