Our last day in Anse le Raye
We began with our breakfast at Ben's Hideaway, the daily reading of the daily journal, and Warren's announcements and assignments. Away we go in "white lightening" hindered briefly by Daryl's weedwacker and a box that got caught up under our carriage. Once we were on our way, up the "Christian" road, our first stop was the Parish Hall, where Tracy joined the Rovers for the Friday meeting, and Katie joined Dawn and Margaret for a busy morning of planting "Earth boxes", while Carita and Emily returned to kidstep.
Warren picked us up at noon, and we said our goodbyes to our site hosts. Many hugs, and thanks, before we headed up the hill out of the village for our final drive back to JJ's paradise.
Another fine meal at Ben's hideaway, after snacking on some fresh coconut buns that were picked up hot from the bakery by Dawn and Katie. A few of us washed down the meal with yet another Piton. The project reports were finished and emailed. Some went to the beach, others took care of packing...Warren had a much needed massage by Sam and the Marigot Bay club.
Our final meal, was across the bay...taken during happy hour. We had wonderful thin crust pizza's and two for one drinks, at Doolittles. We crossed Marigot bay in the dark, satiated, and happy with our new found friends, and two weeks of contributions to the community of Anse le Raye.
Don't cry because it is over, smile because it happened. Dr Seuss