Ocean Terrace Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... square) and our guide told us that this was the square in which slaves were sold to the plantation owners in the 1700s and 1800s. They did not know they would be sold as merchandise and sentenced to a life of hard labor here. My other favorite site in the city was the massive graveyard in the center of town. He called it the "underground hotel". He said sometimes people check out at night but they must check back in by 6am. I like that!
Our guide ...
... We started the day first by having breakfast with the boys as they went off to school at the Golden Rock Catholic school (when not sick...see later). They are driven by Reese at 7:30 am. They return at different times. Jack arrives home first about 12:30 and Jeffrey at around 2:15. They are both dropped off by a bus at the top of the main hill road and walk the rest of the way home. They look so cute in their uniforms, light blue oxford shirts and ...
... human race. Oh-Kay...Like I said, it is fun to share, though I think if I see them heading for our table again I will flee. Hahaha
We rushed through dinner, even skipping dessert (horrors!) to go to the show in the Princess Theater. It was a singing/dancing performance by the ship's company of entertainers. The name of the show was "It's a Swell Party" and Jeff put it succinctly when it said, "It wasn't"
All in all, a very nice ...
... it's the perfect spot. I'm loving the vibe and atmosphere here, it's more relaxed and quiet.... Reggae beach is found on the Island with hints of Nevis in the peripheral at the end of the Bay. The weather today is overcast and gloomy but that doesn’t deter us from chilling out.
Lunch options were your typical American/island fare. Nothing was really that appealing except for the conch fritters. Conch is definitely a Caribbean Island must eat (when in ...
Sorry for the long wait for this next update! We have been very busy! Last week we went next door to the Palm Court Gardens. There was an amazing view across the bay with a very nice infinity pool and drinks! On Saturday we went to a beach called Cockleshell Beach. It is right at the southern end of the island looking out over Nevis. It was a white sand and clear blue sea beach, our favourite so far! We had an experience on the ...