Hibiscus Coffee and Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... have a quite swim some dinner and a couple of drinks having a early night for the nearly six hour drive the next day. Well so much for the best layed plans with the pool open the kids were happy swimming and having pizza for dinner Monica and i made our way down to the Tiki Bar it was all a bit down hill from there. The bar maid seemed to have depth perception problem making ...
We woke up early to enjoy the beach and hoped to see dolphins but no luck. The beach was stunning though. We had breakfast and packed up to leave. They gave us a CD on check out from the Inn of romantic beach music! Such a nice touch. I was sad to leave. It was so nice there.
We ended up with a 7 hour drive plus the hour that ...
... conversation with a nice couple from Texas for long enough and continue to have your bartender refill your glass you won’t even notice you have had too many…until you try to stand up. But in the middle of all of that I did try another new food…Crawfish pie!! So many new things I have tried on this trip!!
Before sunset we went down to the ocean in our bathing suits and went in the water a bit. ...
... also getting eaten alive by a crazy sand fly.
We decided to have dinner here at the Inn. The chef and food are supposed to be the best around and they certainly stood to that reputation! Jym had lamb and I had Grouper Vince. Both were fantastic. We also tried the portabella for an appetizer and a side of the 150 day old aged white cheddar truffled macaroni. Wow. We had no room for dessert though…sad ...
... couple of hours at the beach I headed back to camp and grabbed a bite to eat, leftover burgers was perfect to satisfy my hunger. I took advantage of the shade at the campsite and lurked around there for a while before heading back over to brave the beach. I basically got straight into the water and floated around for a bit, it was so relaxing until I got surrounded by hundreds of little fish. There was so many they were literally hitting my ankles. This was very ...