Speaking of multimeters, we went to Radio Shack the other day to buy new batteries for our current Radio Shack multimeter but the set of three cost $15. The new unit we bought today (batteries included) came to $23.
Back to laundry...
This laundromat was very clean and airy. The machines appeared to be in good nick and they have several large tables for folding. There is a soap dispenser, too. The manager was nice and helpful but a bit tedious with his instructions on how to use the machines but I understand that...
The machines take quarters and they have 2 change machines that will change up to a $20 bill.
They have 5 or 6 standard top-loaders in the back for $3.50
The front loaders:
- small = $5.00
- medium = $6.75
- large = $11.75
The dryers were $0.25 for 4 minutes. Worked well.
We then stopped in at Gourmet Gallery to pick something up for lunch. I was thinking about lettuce for our sandwiches but at $2.75 for an iceberg lettuce, I passed. We got a dozen large eggs for $4 and a 6-pack of pita bread for $2.
Prices in general are higher in St Thomas than St Martin. Beef is cheaper.
Tomorrow we plan to go to Home Depot and Cost-U-Less. Not sure if that will be $1 or $2 on the safari bus. Where is the breaking point? I know Tutu is country, but is that the beginning of the country designation? We'll see.
Going to return DVDs to Blockbuster and get a few more. Monday through Wednesday if you rent three or more "non-new-release" DVDs (the DVDs in the center part of the store, not including TV shows) they are only $0.99 each. Such a deal!!!
We are also going to take jerrycans for water and gasoline over to Yacht Haven marina to top up.
It is a nice sunny day to hang out our laundry.