Nanny Cay Marina & Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Copper Mine. The ruins were very cool and we are glad we made the drive over to see them. We had an hour before the ferry was heading back to Tortola so we made a stop at a bar called The Mine Shaft. We met some locals, had a drink then I discovered that there was a bucket on a cable near the ceiling. Well this piqued my interest so I asked the owner and I found out that the bucket contained ...
... a dockside bar here called Village Cay Dockside Bar (http://www.villagecayhotelandmarina.) and we have time to kill before we have to meet Elena (pronounced Elaina). Amb and I order the Honey Cured Chicken and Mark orders the Roti… both were very good. Chuck has gone to his meeting so doesn’t eat with us. I call the rental car company (International Car Rentals (they don’t have a website)… they were ...
... up to 20 people each. (There are also stairs, but it's thirteen storeys high, who is going to use stairs?) So at any one time up to 360 people can travel in the lifts. There are 4,256 passengers on this ship (plus 1,250 crew but I imagine they have there own travelling arrangements).
Now if you have an occasion when a mass of passengers want to use the lifts at the same time it can all become very difficult. For example when the Alladin show ended, the theatre had ...
We had a great time, but now it's time to get back to reality. We stayed the night in Trellis Bay and handed the boat over to Jelly so he could return it to the Moorings. We hauled our luggage on shore using the dingy and then took a very short taxi ride to the airport to head home. ...
... was over, we had the option of being dropped off in town at the end of our tour to explore the area more and shop or go back to the ship. Rosalind and I chose to go back to the ship and look around the shops in that area. We also took the opportunity to check emails and make a few phone calls since the AT&T rates were the same as being in San Antonio. After spending another hour (with a cool breeze and people watching) sitting on a ...