You Don’t have to go to a Friendly Market to find Wild Game on St Thomas
First thing in the morning we drive to a small market called Friendlyto pickup the daily newspaper and start looking for a cottage or share-rental not a lot in my price range, housing can be a challenge here.
The Island is 13 miles long and 4 miles wide with a large mountain in the middle great for views but hard to build on so a lot of the rentals are on the road very undesirable.
After a day of looking Debra and I had a great dinner at “13″ a new restaurant on the North side.
After a week I find my cottage!! Down a long steep drive deep (naturally!) in the jungle over looking Carrot Bay and the Atlantic. The yard is alive all the time, wild Chickens, Iguanas, Land Crabs, Birds and Lizards of all sizes. This is not the driveway I want to fall down on in a rum-drunken stupor – there’s no telling what I’d look like in the morning if I survived the night.
Speaking of wild chickens – aren’t cock fights illegal? Then why are these guys fighting all day long while I’m trying to rest up for my next adventure??