last time I was in cc,the owner of herbal tribe was having problems with being allowed to have live bands. He said he was going to court over it. Does anyone know how this turned out. Is the band still playing?? Thanks.
Don't hear any music coming from his place. You need a soundproof building-mostly meaning glass windows- to book bands in a residential neighborhood. They give you few breaks while you get it together. No progress- no more permit.
If you are talking about the incident about 2 months ago when they came in and took his liquor etc. He did go to a hearing and was given back his liquor license, not sure about the actual booze, He had permission to have the drums til 8 pm but am not sure whats up with all that. Giovani is his name and he is doing well.
I have loved hearing the drums and the art of it. And what touched my heart was how they teach many of the poorer kids on island this art and let them play. Giovoni worked with us on the health post projec where we put the roof on it and he put fence around it so the little kids would not fall off of the high area where they have to wait to see Nurse or DR. The older people on the island and mother and kids use to have to wait out there in the hot sun and then was hot inside. But I always worried about the kids falling also. He always has a Christmas party for the kids with free pop and treats. And has always been there if I ever needed anything when on the island with my teams. It is always a wonderful place to relax and eat and always in wonderful cultural taste with how it is run. I must say the Herbal Tribe and the I and I are my two favorite places because f the cultural atmosphere but also are both very relaxed atmosphere and not lould obnoxious people in either. Giovoni also has a wonderful educational video for Reggie music and the fish in the ocean and diving and snorkling. I hope all works out for him and the drums are back soon.
Giovani is a good man seems those that complain about the drums are a bit envious of him. He will always donate what he can for raffles etc, those that complain will not. They do little for the community. The tourist are not bothered by the drums, they love it.
Cooper I agree 100 percent. Dont get it if you are going to live on the island why not help the island and all work together. But that is the world I guess. And the drumms are such a culture and draw for tourist. If everything was like every where else no one would spend the money to come.. People love the real culture of the island and the people.
YEA, I will be going there with teams for mission work and it is one of there favorite night to go to Giovonis for pizza and eithnic drumming for one night. Happy to hear this. Actually will be flying in 5th of May..