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... regaled us with her stories! She was testing our shock and humour levels. This is a censored site so I can't retell the tales! A sunset swim at a new close by beach was fabulous for the snorkelers as well as bobbers. I am not sure how those travel journalists can rate best beaches of the world. We have been on hundreds of beaches in our travels and many are tied for first! Of course our list includes a long expanse to walk on, good snorkelling, good bobbing, great sand and a beach ...
... off two brilliant green parrots did a flyby! Our evening ended with a steel band serenade. Today we needed a relax day. It is pretty taxing touring and deciding what and where to eat. Chose nearby Pigeon Beach with turquoise waters and flour like sand and at least 50 white tourists (our first sighting of more than 4)! Great place to unwind, bob, snorkel and read! ...
... enough to head off with his snorkelling mask and pictured lots of fish and coral and a ray! Lunch was at Englishman's bay at Eula's treetop restaurant! Here we ate "Blow up rotis" which we all rated delicious. Once home we read a review that said to avoid at all costs due to criminal behaviour! Heh we think we got my sarong purchase for free! So we would go back! 18 km in this country takes an hour due to drives through up and down rain forested ...
... beaches and walking trails, shading trees and cabanas, fast food and full service restaurants, and plenty of touristy boutiques. Beach chairs are available for rent as are all the paraphernalia required for water sports. Glass-bottomed boats depart from the trademark, thatched roof, wooden jetty for excursions out to the reef. The entrance fee also gets you a sense of supervised security, not a small benefit in today's Caribbean.
As an aside, I ...
... walk we were offered jet ski hire (for the millionth time) by Anton ("But the men call me swamp dog"). We politely declined and spent the afternoon on the beach. Our lift back was from a guy who was letting his front passenger, A CHILD, steer the car. Thankfully, this nonsense was short-lived and we made it home in one piece! That night we chose to go to Sunday School, a lively party in Buccoo (primarily based around eating and drinking although there was a ...