Thursday, December 11, 2008

HOW MUCH?

I HAD to take a photo of this gas pump in St. John, Antigua when I saw that diesel costs $11.95 per gallon there. Of course, that's 11.95 EAST CARIBBEAN dollars, which translates to about $4.62 US dollars per gallon. That's still quite high considering the cost of diesel in the Nashville area is about $2.50-2.60 per gallon. Regular gas in the southern Caribbean is still running over $4 US per gallon . . . and going up instead of down.

3 comments:

GMG said...

Olá Chris ! With a 48h day I would have time to enjoy your blog more often; shame on the time controller… ;))

OK. No comments on oil prices from my side.... ;))
I'm sure you spent more time on the jewellery shops of Charlotte Amelie than at Drake's Seat... ;))
And Barbados, St. Lucia and Antigua... That's my 2003 Caribbean Cruise...

Meanwhile Blogtrotter will be departing Tunisia 2007 soon, but managed to keep the delay in posting on twelve (12) months only. Great achievement… ;)) Enjoy and have a great weekend!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Our regular gasoline in Brookville, Ohio is now $1.74 per gallon.

Ming the Merciless said...

Wow! I guess we should be complaining considering the per capita income of Americans are way higher than those residents of Antigua.