Notice the white roof. It is made out of limestone to wash the rainwater clean to be collected in the cisterns under the house because the island doesn't have public water. Either you catch the water from the roof or you buy the water from one of the suppliers.
The grass looks wonderful from here but they don't call it Bermuda grass for nothing. Bermuda grass is broad leafed, and water so called resistant. And it is hard and prickly on you bare feet. The soil contains a large amount of sand.
Lying in bed listening to the waves crashing along the cliffs.
Beautiful view of the south shore.
Until we meet again,