Karibea Camelia Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Trois-Ilets
... we saw a car had just crashed into a tree on the other side of the road. We stopped the taxi and crossed the road to assess the situation. Luckily the guy driving the car was already out and walking around. Although, from looking at the car I felt he would have been safer staying still. Apart from being covered in glass, with a some wound in his head, he seemed to be quite unscathed. Other cars had stopped and some local men were pulling the tree off the road to allow ...
... the hot seat several times,when the captain was snoozing, to check on our progress. It was great having his company on my watch, although I don't mind the solitude either. The Captain is a very happy chap as we found a bargain BBQ, reduced price, due to dents. The maiden lighting went well, jacket potatoes, onions, tuna steak and mahi mahi were sacrificed to the ravenous crew! As we sit in Rodney Bay the first of the ARC plus participants come in ...
... bay and moored the boat. We all then piled into the tiny outreach, even the small waves provided a little challenge to all of us with such a low sideboard! It was fun and a little wet, even more so when we jumped overboard to bring the boat up the beach.
We landed on an almost deserted beach near a raster cabin and eatery place. Perhaps your normal Caribbean scene, except there was a white girl working there. She just simply ...
... world that made the place seem more worthwhile: At night the beach across from the anchorage came to life with dozens of pregnant green turtles, dragging themselves up the shore to dig a nest to lay and bury their eggs. It was a painstakingly slow journey for these huge creatures, lugging their massive bodies through the sand. The heaving of their lungs could be heard as soon as they found a spot they liked. Then came the task of digging a hole for their nest, not ...
... things a lot more. I'm so lucky that I've only scraped the surface up until now, the best is yet to come.
As I go along I'm going to add more of these thoughts and feelings about my adventure and hopefully I can give an understanding of what it's like to be out here and living this experience.
I'll need to get the hang of this blog writing. Writing has never been one of my strong points. Bare with me and I'll make sure it becomes more enthrawling as ...