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Travel Blogs from Sunset Crest
... him off promptly. We know how scary he can be when he wants to be. The other workers on the beach told him he did a great job and that the aloe guy was a pain. We hopped in the pool for a bit after we returned to the villa.
We went out to dinner at a nice restaurant called the Beach House. It was right on the water and so pretty. The food was good as well. We all left full and happy. More beach tomorrow... Our last day it seemed to fly ...
... you're looking for speedy service. Wayne is so laid back that he seems to forget we're there. Each action takes an age - some water for each of us, then eventually the menus, then another 10 minutes before he returns to take our order. And of course we can't order drinks at the same time, that's far too confusing.
We notice that as well as waiting tables, Wayne is also the bar tender and the maitre de. He'll, he might even be the chef too. He even ...
... with Gemma. She was not too impressed when I gave her a look around..........Perfect internet and we talked really well for quite a while. What I couldn't get her to see what the crab that kept coming out of his hole on the beach every so often to have a look around.
While talking of animals/creatures, we have a little sparrow like bird who met us on the balcony of our room yesterday when we arrived and ...
... guess it helps pay for the trips.
When it was time for our tour, we walked along the dock, past the tall ship from Malta, through the harbour shops, to our meeting point. The tour began with an open safari truck tour of the island. Right after we sat down, it poured rain … we dropped the plastic awnings briefly, until the rain stopped. It had already begun to turn stifling inside the truck. (Side note: there were a total of 16 of us on the tour – ...
... He pointed out a huge cricket stadium (cricket is one of the most popular sports in the Caribbean, along with soccer) and the secondary school where hip-hop artist Rhianna attended school. Thirty minutes later, we arrived at the zip lining locale, a surprisingly dry brush area atop a hill with a fantastic view of the city and the port below.
Mark and Richard, our guides, outfitted our group with the appropriate straps, hooks, gloves, and helmets before we ...
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