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    Beach Tales: diagnosis is grim!

    Beach Tales: Day Three
    After consulting several local experts, there can be only one diagnosis for my condition.
    The dreaded sand gravity has taken hold and I canít shake it!
    Spent the last 24 hours here at CLP, only leaving for walks on the beach.
    On the walk this morning, up past Beaches, they had a crew cleaning up the trash from the long Easter weekend. Some say they havenít seen that many locals at the beach since COVID began.
    If you have any questions let me know. I usually walk south to Travellers and north past Beaches every morning.
    Grand Pineapple appears closed. Risky Business next to Merrill III looks abandoned, with a chainlink fence around it.
    HiLo hasnít opened yet at the new Mall.
    Need a recommendation for dinner tonight.
    Just chillin,
    VVHT

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    I too will be staying at CCLP in a month...I'm hoping with restrictions loosened things will pick up.
    Does Norman the "patty guy" still come around? Any roaming musicians on the beach?
    Another guy I want to see is the one who sells weed from his scooter.

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    Travelers has pretty good food. Also Miss Lily's at Skylark. Coconut custard pie and coffee for dessert at Kuyaba is a must. If your sand gravity eases and you fancy a trip to the West End, LTU Cliff has been remodeled and does killer Napoli style pizza. If lobster season is open, try 3Dives for grilled lobster.

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    weed scooter guy , now on foot. cops said can't do scooter is what he told me

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    Quote Originally Posted by ol'yardie View Post
    Travelers has pretty good food. Also Miss Lily's at Skylark. Coconut custard pie and coffee for dessert at Kuyaba is a must. If your sand gravity eases and you fancy a trip to the West End, LTU Cliff has been remodeled and does killer Napoli style pizza. If lobster season is open, try 3Dives for grilled lobster.
    Lobster season is closed April 1 - June 30
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregandkelly63 View Post
    Lobster season is closed April 1 - June 30
    But the good news....conch season IS open. Coming from New England, I never spent $$$ on Caribbean lobster; IMO, not worth the price....on the other hand, conch is not something readily available up my way.....curry conch here we come!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcamp View Post
    I too will be staying at CCLP in a month...I'm hoping with restrictions loosened things will pick up.
    Does Norman the "patty guy" still come around? Any roaming musicians on the beach?
    Another guy I want to see is the one who sells weed from his scooter.
    Mcamp, saw Norman on Sunday, just a few musicians this week, there is a guy on an electric scooter, donít know what he sells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VVHT View Post
    Beach Tales: Day Three
    After consulting several local experts, there can be only one diagnosis for my condition.
    The dreaded sand gravity has taken hold and I canít shake it!
    Spent the last 24 hours here at CLP, only leaving for walks on the beach.
    ...
    Just chillin,
    VVHT
    ďwe'll keep you coming back for moreĒ, right?
    The force of the sand gravity is strong at CCLP! You can't have a bad day if you start off with a CCLP breakfast and a stroll on the beach. Enjoy! Please tell the usual suspects that they are dearly missed by the folks up north: Mr Gibson, Donovan, Night Life, Dave 'The Wave' Ellis, Michelle and Jayda-Lee, Mr Steve Dias, Naresh, and Denzel. Great people!

    Ricky selling juice in the morning?

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    Kold Ass Mofo,
    3 bottles from Ricky so far, OJ, Soursop and Mango.
    Missed him today.
    Mr. Gibson is the best!

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    VVHT we stay next door at IA. Have been getting our juice for many years from Flex
    Don't know Ricky
    Was there in mid Jan and return May 19th

    I miss the Ice Cream man .. he was not there in January
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