Auberge Du Picolet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... was cut short due to the attack of a deadly sea creature. While commencing the pull phase of her stroke, going into her eighth 100-meter lap, a sharp, large, debilitating sting struck her left wrist. She knew right then and there what it was…a jellyfish. She swam one-armed out of the water (she didn’t want the poison to spread to the rest of her body). The lifeguard claimed they didn’t have jellyfish there and she must have scraped ...
Note...if I enter Labadee in the search engine it puts us over by Africa which would mean we would be hauling some serious behind to get there in 17 hours.
We arrived at Royal Caribbean's private resort around 10 am for a beach day. I had a cabana reserved and some friends were kind enough to join me. The cabana was hillside but had relatively easy access to Nellie's beach behind it. Reserving a cabana also entitles you to a cabin attendent who ...
... coming spring (hopefully the first of many throughout my career), which makes leaving a bit easier as "goodbye"s turn into "until next time"s. I'd like to thank you all for the support you've given me just by reading this blog. Especially in the beginning when I was adjusting, looking at the number of visitors who were reading each post gave me motivation not only to share more of my experiences but your curiosity reinforced the importance of what I ...
... that locals have just brought up. And, Google Earth has just revealed 40 colonial fortress and plantation sites in the mountains, never discovered before!
I am proud that our tourism industry is heeding the call. We must rid our minds of the media memories of a hopeless situation and embrace the "real news" of recovery and reality of the times. This country is rapidly moving from Global Humanitarian Aid to Cross Cultural Economic ...
Last weekend we got lucky with the weather (hurricane season's starting so it has been raining pretty much every evening) and were able to go hike one of the mountains surrounding Limbe called Mon Deu Tet (Mountain with two heads- it has a double peak). After Yons bailed, the group ended up being myself, Bebeton, Claudelle and Shawn. We left bright and early at 7 AM to try and beat the heat, and partially so we could try and get back to watch the end ...