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The center of Basseterre is small and compact with some lovely Georgian and Victorian houses, especially around the Circus, a roundabout behind the National Museum. In the middle of it is one of the town's landmarks: the Thomas Berkeley Memorial, a green bronze fountain cum...More
A very busy roundabout with a momument of a water fountain and a clock. This is now a popular meeting place and you can see people sitting on the platform taking in the ambience. Even saw locals selling drinks out of their vans right there....More
The historic clock (the last one to survive) sits in the middle of of the new tourists orientated shops and the local's places.
You should really explore the stores and some of the little shops beyond this clock up and around the streets. You will...More
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Eating out is a personal thing. There are a lot of different restaurants in and around Basseterre, St. Kitts, which do breakfasts and lunches. My wife and I had a wonderful inexpensive lunch at the Ballahoo Restaurant in the... More
Eating out is a personal thing. There are a lot of different restaurants in and around Basseterre, St. Kitts, which do breakfasts and lunches. My wife and I had a wonderful inexpensive lunch at the Ballahoo Restaurant in the Circus at Basseterre. Recently visited this restaurant on the island of St. Kitts. Entrance at the side, go upstairs to restaurant. Open air, but with a roof. Sat at front on the balcony overlooking the Circus, which is a square with a clock tower in the middle, which acts as a roundabout for the traffic. Watching the traffic was an interesting pastime in itself. We were served by a lovely, friendly Jamaican waitress named Anseta. She was most charming, friendly and helpful. She explained the menu, which was extensive. We decided on the fresh Lobster, but not the Thermidor, as on the menu, but freshly grilled with a salad. There was a beautiful tasty sauce/dip with the Lobster, but is a secret of the chef. We had an excellent bottle of Sauvignon Blanc to accompany the meal. A lovely lunch, served by a lovely waitress, watching the world drive by in the sunshine. Very good. Enjoy your trip.
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