K.T.S. Paradise View Hotel
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... Caribbean feel. Here we were served fungi which was like a type of mashed potato but made out of cornstarch, Cinnamon and water. Curried chicken came with this, bones and all. It tasted good and everyone was really helpful and friendly. Especially Ruthlyn the head chef/owner of the portacabin cafe. During our meal the laughing policeman came for lunch, he was family, very loud and happy family! Before we ...
... pioneered by Wayne Smith's "Under Mi Sleng Teng" who sadly passed away recently. We do have a 20 minute walk to the beach but as you can see it is worth the walk and the see is a stunning blue,light green and not even that salty. Bliss indeed and the Wonderful Wendy is in her element. We also picked up our tickets for the cricket today which starts on Friday from the old Recreation Ground in the town. Why they built a new modern facility out of town we will find ...
... Elaine and David dragged me into the shop and guess what? They did have my size, and one size bigger.
And so it was that later that afternoon, along with David and Elaine this time, I was once again being tossed around like unwanted washing in the surf, albeit with nice new beach shoes on. Yes it was warm, and yes once you got in it wasn't too rough. But getting in and out was terrifying and my bum was on fire by the time we got ...
Up for a healthy fruity breakfast in the Orangery then up on Deck 12 for a read and a chill, we decided that today was a shade day so that's what we did. It was our Caribbean tier lunch today so we got changed and went down to the restaurant for noon. We were welcomed with champagne and a fantastic lunch with more wine at P&O's expense, we got four more of these to come :-) We had a good laugh, on our table the Food and Beverage manager was our crew representative. A ...
... landscaped with a giant 350 year old saman 'rain tree' covering almost a whole acre of the grounds. There we found the headquarters for Caribelle Batik, an ancient Indonesian artisan process of waxing and dying fabrics brought to the islands here and perfected beautifully. We of course purchased a lovely piece of art that I hope will adorn the walls of a dream home someday. At Ocean Terrace Inn, we found a hotel with a pool bar, and spent the rest ...
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