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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... any animal, it is how we control an issue here before it becomes as bad as it is in other areas in the Caribbean. We also saw a couple of beautiful big southern stingrays, a very friendly barracuda, and a very cute porcupine fish. On the way back to the dive centre we heard a mayday call on the radio with people screaming. We stopped and waited to hear a location. Eventually we were able to gather that it was a boat very close to us, so we ...
... deep. I only needed to walk out a few feet before I was in over my head. Dave took some photographs of me messing about in the water but he missed the bit where I was watching a plane land and a huge wave crashed over my head, dragging me onto the beach and filling my swim suit, ears, nose and mouth with the lovely powdery sand. I STILL have not got all the sand off of me even as I am typing this. I think I should explain now ...
... Boss, you are missing out.
Thursday,4-25 we were assaulted by various forms of torture coming from Blanchard’s Beach Shack, cigar smokers, noisy, crying, parentless kids running around, drunks in the water with beer bottles – we finally gave up and went in early just to maintain our sanity. Another example of the Bachelor, Housewives of Atlanta and Rick Ross crowd, they were abundant this trip and were very predominant at Blanchard’s. ...
... br> ones who party every night; to the meager, (if that’s what I can call them), you know, the ones that normal sailing people buy costing between forty and fifty thousand. Then the sponsors, Heineken, turn up and start preparing Kim Sha beach, (which is about five minutes walk away from where we live), for the party of the year. The cranes arrive
bringing and building the stage for the performers, and this year’s headliners will be 'The ...
... At least they had some nice steel pan musak playing in the waiting area.
The flight to Dominica was short. The drive to the hotel was long. It was an hour and a half, which surprised me as the island isn't huge. However, we were going max 40km/hr as the roads are extremely windy and challenging. The taxi took other people to town as well, and each of us paid $40US/$100EC.
It was late and I was tired, so I went straight to bed.