windmill tower with
a tree growing from the top. This, too, is located at the northern
end of the island, held by the French until 1783 when the British
complete control over St. Kitts by the Treaty of Versailles.
see much remaining evidence of other one-time dominant crops such as
indigo, ginger, tobacco and cotton. Sugar cane was so valuable that
most of the acerage was turned over to its production.
point during your journey you'll probably have the chance to try a
local delicacy: sugar cakes. Beware. Those things are addictive.