Karibea Camelia Residence
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the sunset as we were motored back into the marina. We all had a lovely time out there in the open water, and I've decided that sailing is definitely something I'd like to do more of. Maybe I can make it my latest hobby while I'm living in Darwin? I've already started researching the Darwin Sailing Club.
David and I are moving down the coast to Soufriere very soon, so my next entries will be based in a different locale. I'm looking forward to a change of scenery.
... all came ad well which was nice. We had a couple drinks at KeeBees and then went to Wingz n Tingz (always said in a Caribbean accent) for dinner. As you can probably guess we had chicken wings for dinner. This place is fab, simple menu consisiting of how many wings you want, what sauce you want on it and a few simple sides orders (chips, banana salad, potato salad, rice). Simple but done so well. All ...
... to note that a lot of the locals were here doing fitness and learning to swim in the safe confines of the near shore. Who said a gym had to be inside. For a popular destination there was no one here, truly we had arrived in the tourist off season!
The wealth of this section of the island was apparent from the houses that you could see from the boat and the boats in the Marina. You may consider it odd then to find out ...
... frizz had to go! News in from friends we made in Lanzarote Andy and Lin( Coramandel ) they have made it across Atlantic safely to Antigua. Shame we just missed them. We delayed the sushi with Chrissie and Graham as unfortunately Chrissie developed a hideous rash and felt unwell. The next day she was rushed to ICU with joint pain and paralysis. A diagnosis of Chikungunja was made and only ...
... on the mainland. Still, the scenic beauty was something to behold and I’m sure not a lot of people ever visit such a unique place. That exclusivity is perhaps its biggest plus point.
So with the departure from Fernando de Noronha it was good-bye to the last of the islands of the South Atlantic. The next stop would be over two thousand miles away in Grenada. Back to the Caribbean after over a year away from it, it has been the fastest year I have ever known.