La Suite Villa
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 160; After the segway ride we went to a beach to relax for an hour. The beach was very nice and we got to try different fruits. A man came in a boat with a lot of fruits and he blew in a shell to tell everybody he was there. He played loud music, danced singing in the water and sold pineapples and coco nuts with rum in. This was the first and only day with rain but it was only raining for like an hour or two. The others took a taxi and went for a tour on the island. ...
... here like most of the islands is predominantly of African descent.
The only other thing that we did was to search for a cheap way to access the Internet to catch up and plan the next steps. What we found was a well disguised McDonald's. Love them or hate them they consistently provide free Internet around the world. We decided after we had looked around town to head on to the next island as there were no other particular draws for such a short space of ...
... winds picked up even more and it rained on and off throughout the day so only the strongest windsurfers were out, skimming swiftly across the waves with their own gear while the rental places were closed. Instead we ended up taking a driving tour of the coast, getting out to watch the windsurfers, or at another beach the kite surfers, who were battling the winds and the choppy ocean waters, and eventually driving to the bottom of an outlook and hiking to the top to have another ...
... in just so you can see not everyday is idyllic and we do encounter problems in paradise too. Lol. The next few days is the joy of fitting the new parts and more problems, but yes finally we have it up and running and sweet! Amazing! we now clean and clear the tanks of revolting marina water and are self sufficient at last. Closely followed by a rum punch to ease the pain and celebrate:) Onto the next leg south from Antigua to ...
Right from when we stepped ashore at Le Marin it was like being in France. Very little if any English seemed to be spoken, and even if it was, just like France it was reluctant! Comiung in to the anchorage was very interesting and it would not be wise to tackle it in the dark. The channel
was marked haphazardly and lobster pots were scattered everywhere. All eyes peeled as we looked for the plastic drink bottles that are used to mark where ...