Caribbean Paradise Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... seasickness. Let's just hope we can continue our success. Maya has been able to help relieve Dave and I from the helm for 2-3 hours a day. This allows us to sneak in a cat nap or take a break thus still within shouting distance. She always has one of us checking in with her now and then. Its a big responsibility and she takes it very seriously.
By late afternoon we saw four story condos and luxury hotels rise from the sea marking the west entrance ...
... he explained is not technically smuggling as rum is legal! =)
Back at the Blue Haven resort, some fellow Texans (from Dallas) who were on the saame sunset cruise invited us to join them for drinks. We sat on the very nice lounge chairs with a fire pit on the Blue Haven dock. Chris, Mark, Kristen and Travis were also staying at the Atrium and they had just arrived the day before.
We talked about the various different activities ...
... was to go to the far end of the ship. Then the ship's amazing hooter sounded. It can play six different Disney tunes, very loud. You know you're on a Disney ship when those babies blow.
So, just five minutes to go and the race really got going. First came a family of three, mum dad and female child, trying to hold hands and run at the same, not easy bearing in mind the different heights of the people involved.
Next a youngish couple, who ...
... minutes before the flight. And we now understand that you can essesntially bring pretty much anything you want except for flammables. We brought bottles of wine, food, wihtout a problem. Well the only problem was how much we could fit in the 8 seat passenger plane which was stuffed with luggage, people and gear. Now off to Salt Cay, our destination for the week.
... of the Welcome Wagon. We headed inland and set up camp at a picnic table in the shade of an overhanging tree. The iguanas followed and converged, fearlessly approaching our
sandaled feet as we ate a snack of fresh fruit and cookies.
After lunch, we left the iguanas behind us as we made our way to the other side of the island. A beautiful white sandy beach awaited us, and in a short time, we had all stripped down ...