Carimar Beach Club
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... quick way to do the more fiddly things. With the job done I ferried Wesley back to the shore, passing a German yacht with a young blonde lady working on the back of her boat, with not a stitch of clothing on. Wesley smiled and said, "If a black woman did that she would be called a bloody native".
Next we headed to the Island of St Kitts but the Island had no bays on the western side to protect us from the swell, so we only stayed one night. After ...
... out to Island Harbor to find Lime Cove Villas, we drove in and Mr Webster must have been sitting in his window across the street because he came right over and took great delight in showing us around. They are stunning (see PJ‘s post) , high quality construction and very nice furniture, and wonderful views of Scilly Cay and the reef. A great place to stay on the east end.
From there, we drove down to Savannah Bay to see the kite surfers and we ...
... 30 minutes or so to enjoy the beach or explore the town a little more. Angel picks us up and we head back to ship. We stop off at the shopping village at the port and buy two small half bottle of Bombay Sapphire and Jack D for next week whilst in Kissimmee. We would never get through 2 full bottles and would be a shame to leave behind like we have done before. We soon pull away from the port and change heading to a north-westerly direction as we head back ...
... but small and overcrowded, and the whole place is just a variety of casinos, hotels, condos and timeshares ……. plus \endless shopping precincts ….. linked by a continuous traffic jam.Definitely, not our ‘cup of tea’.
... for a way to connect our travelers with this interesting local flavor. We decided, in the end that this was also not a practical route. Though the community was colorful, it didn’t seem very warm or accustomed to having visitors, and there were no services. Had there been a restaurant or café where we could have purchased a snack or drink, it would have given us a natural “destination” to spend a little time and support the local community. ...