Sea Shells Holiday Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... flowers and set back were enormous opulent mansions belonging to rich foreigners. The coastline rugged and bayed, palm trees set back of the beach, giving it a very caribbean feel.
The Sanctuary was on the beach and we were the first visitors of the day and so, had a really interesting talk and full attention of the turtle man. There were pools of the most gorgeous 1 week old baby hawksbills and larger ...
... later numerous fishes emerged and began to feed and clean off of the Ray. Leisurely it waited for a long time as he became sparkling new. It was amazing to see in real life.
The Cays are not immune from the traveling salesman and for a modest fee you can purchase a memorable t shirt in white from the man with a boat. His excellent boat handling skills were better that the t shirts. However in good humor he moved on and approached the ...
... on a rock!! It moved only to give us a better view of itself, yes it was a male! We went onboard Charlie ll for a delicious glass of wine( something else we haven't been able to obtain recently!) and nibbles. Great hospitality and company!! Rob very kindly has made us some lines to attach to the dinghy with a special tool he has,so we can hoist it to the side at night with the engine on,saves lifting it and keeps it ...
... about 30,000 now, with the focus being on assembly of Japanese sourced parts. Yes, the same story we have heard before.
The other couple on the table were from Florida, but also had a house on Rhode Island. This is a common phenomena amongst richer Americans who retire to Florida. They spend 6 months in warmer climes and then the summer in Rhode Island and may also return for Thanksgiving and Christmas if they have family there. ...
... critically endangered since 1996. They are enormous: the adult can grow up to 1 m and weigh around 80 kg on average. They are mostly found in coral reefs around the world.
We are designing a strategy to swim with the turtles but the current is strong. I jump in the water and I swim towards the first line of buoys. John and girls come with the kayak but I think it is actually easier to swim. Just as ...