- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Well we slept late today. We were in need of some R&R. We got moving,enjoyed coffee on the deck. I have to say I love having loungers on the deck. We are really enjoying being able to stretch out and relax every morning. We had bfast at the Flamingo Grill, which has been very good. We then went in search if chairs to sun tan and relax. We to rally couldn't find anything that was in the shade so decided to head back to our room. Turns out we had some shade on our ...
... in the throws of dehydrated dreams, a knock came at the door. I was so weak and confused, I didn't answer. There was no way I could get up. Then the door opened, figuring it was the maid coming to make up the room, I called to her just to leave fresh towels. But it wasn't the maid. One of the hotel managers had told the property nurse to check up on me. She gave me more water, a cold cloth and her number if I needed anything. (I thought this ...
Knowing that we weren't going to have any wind. We decided to take the 20 minute ferry to North Caicos. The ride itself was so beautiful. I still can't believe the color of the ocean here. The 30-40 passenger ferry had three 250 horsepower engines and we were going very fast over what seemed to be really shallow water. As we were arriving North Caicos, I saw three eagle ray swimming right alongside the boat!
Waking up at 5 am we decide to start the ball rolling and hit the seas as we were due light winds and had 60 miles to do. Only one sighting of whales but a great day as we we had the A symmetric sail up as less than 10 knits of wind . Arrived at a beautiful bay, all be it a bit rolly as the sun settlers and ...
Early start so we could exit the bay on a high tide and then lovely sail around to the North of the Island so we were in a good position for the longer track to Aitkins and Crooked Island the following day. On arrival a very swelly sea but thankfully it calmed down to allow us sundowners with ?Heather and David from Callagorm who were anchored just round the corner in shallower waters in their Warren ...