Cabier Ocean Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... precariously from the top at 100m, into a small deep area and another happy chap strums out his tune to his own made up lyrics. I've never swam in a waterfall before, so I'd made up my mind that was going to happen! No one else was in, so just checking with the jumpers it was ok, I took the plunge in the refreshing cool water. It was perfect, bubbling and invigorating! rapidly others ensued. Passing by the Grand Etang Lake, which was an old crater into ...
September is a few days away???? How did that happen so quickly? Probably having fun- this week was full of hashing, waterfall hikes, cocao plantation tours, yoga and volleyball. Lots of volleyball. However, we can’t help but notice the calendar is ticking toward October which is the start of the cruiser exodus from the southern islands. While there are about 200 occupied boats in the ...
... and everyday a sauna, the evenings we have the benefits of fans and occasional air conditioning. 14 th June.... The captains birthday and a trip to the docs before celebrations recommence. We decided at 12 midnight English time to start and give Craig 5 extra hours!! As he has emptied the boat of Rum, it was margaritas!! Cheers everyone:) early start and market, cold beers in the Nutmeg Bar after docs. A lovely bright, tidy place overlooking the Carenage. We then made ...
Back in the van, we motored to the next stop – sampling of natural fruit juice or rum in an old rum
I thought this was the rum sampling part of the tour. We decided to give the rum a miss – it was probably the drive in the van which must have been made by the same company that made Elvis the plane …. Shake, rattle and almost roll on those roads around Granada !! We stuck with a ...
... Grenada after an explosion on the ship in October 1961.
As we were walking back, we saw a hairdressing salon which was advertising braiding to cruise passengers for US $15.00 on production of a ship board pass. That was quite cheap, only a tenner in English money. There weren't many customers in the salon, so I asked one of the hairdressers if she could do my hair now.
It always takes ages to have corn-row plaits done ...