PRIME

I visited PRIME. PRIME stands for “Produced in Montserrat Expo”.

When I entered the Cultural Centre there was this beautiful water fountain.

I couldn’t help myself. I took so many pictures here. I was just so beautiful!

After taking even more pictures I went inside. I found the most amazing soap display. The ladies were so friendly too! One of the ladies is a teacher at my school that is called Brades Primary School.

The sign said rectangular soaps and round soaps, but the rounds soaps were really oval-shaped, not circles.

My favourite ones were the Aloe Vera and the Green Tea & Lemongrass. They smelled so good! It was hard for me to choose just one.

I took a picture with my tablet because I really wanted to know how the soap was so clear!

Then I bought my favourite soap. I could not wait to get home to try it out.

There were other things on the table too. Here are some pictures.

We walked around some more and guess who I saw? Mr. Tabu. Do you remember when I met him in the The Art Room? Well look at these amazing drawings he brought to show.

This picture, has the war memorial, the waterfall, the evergreen tree and even the masquerades. They are Montserrat symbols!

How did Mr. Tabu do this one? He drew Plymouth all on one page.

This one is made from cardboard. I would like to try to do something like this.

My sister liked this picture because she likes black, but I think it is creepy.

You know what else I saw that was creepy. This:

A coffin. Do you think vampires are inside? The color looked purple from one side and blue from the other side.

We walked around some more. I saw my friend Nicole.

She turned her name around and called her wine “ELOCIN”. That’s cool right?

I did not get to taste the wine though, because alcohol is not for kids. That’s not fair!

There were so many more things to see at PRIME. Like Earrings, Keyrings, candle holders, cassava bread and flowers.

I really enjoyed the expo. Can’t wait for the next one.

7 thoughts on “PRIME

  1. Cheryl

    Kiki I am really impressed by your observations. I like your frankness. Keep it up my dear. You are on the road to become a great writer.

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  2. Rowmelda Coward

    Hi there Kearah! I love, love, love art and craft shows and I love shopping…what talented people. Supporting locally made produce is the best! And buying some items is very exciting. Enjoy the beautiful soap, how wonderful. If you were to have a stand at an Expo what would you produce and sell? I’d certainly purchase some items from you! 😉

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  3. Hawwa

    Hi Kiki. I am so grateful for this review. I attended PRIME but there were so many things to see, some of which I now realise I had missed! Thankfully, you were able to capture them in your blog. It was an enjoyable experience and I’m happy to see that you had a good time also.

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