Allamanda Beach Club
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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From the beautiful Saints Islands, we sailed to Guadeloupe, and finally dropped anchor in the bay of Deshaies, this was after initially passing it by as I had planned that the north of the Island was where we could stop for a while. This turned out to be wrong as it was full of coral reefs, which we thought we could negotiate on the navigation system, but as we progressed, the channel became smaller and shallower, so finally I decided that this was not for ...
... new chef Nick is a wonderful addition; he moved to Anguilla from Las Vegas and was the chef at Koal Keel prior to joining Straw Hat. He is really good – another guy who gets up early and stays up late and takes pride in his work. Peter and Anne have built a winning team - Armel and Doris are a lot of fun, and we always have a great time visiting with everyone.
I had the pumpkin soup, it was the best I have ever had, so rich and sweet and slightly thick, ...
... weather was. It was literally the perfect temperature outside. We had to be at the shuttles at 7:15 in the morning, but when I got there, everyone just waited till about 7:45. Eventually we all put our luggage on the shuttle and drove to the Summit. When I first saw it, I couldn’t believe just how big it was. It’s just a really huge ship, and it’s actually not one of the biggest ships that Celebrity has. ...
... the Maitre D! Giant prawns for main and for a change half decent soup. The girls Heaven Salad again defies its name, admittedly Salad from Hell doesn't probably sell. Up on the aft deck we watch a fantastic film show advertised as Moonshine Movie. It is full moon tonight and they show a 45 minute movie of life on the Clipper ships rounding Cape Horn in the 30's narrated by the film maker now in his 90's. we have seen the same movie when sailing around SA on Evohe but great ...
... tack in our best favorable conditions – windy with sloppy seas – and we had to sail well for a win. On the upwind leg the crowd thinned as boats split tacks – some preferring to stay closer to shore. Tactician Wally monitored our progress against Team Organizational Restructuring who was within sight behind us. We were pulling away, but would it be enough? About halfway up the leg we decided to tack back towards shore to ...