Osprey Beach Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Osprey Beach Hotel Grand Turk
Travel Blogs from Grand Turk
... s Margaritaville was by far the most popular venue. We did a hop-on-hop-off trip round the island which took about 1 hour, but didn’t get off the bus. Once back at the port we sat by the pool and had a margarita and got some sun before heading back to the ship.
Friday 13/3 – All day at sea as we sail back to Fort ...
... off for a journey of about 30 minutes to a reef area for snorkelling.
The crew were very good in demonstrating to anyone who either could not swim or who had never snorkelled before and all of these novices made it into the water and snorkelled, people of varying ages, young and old alike enjoying snorkelling for the very first time.
David stayed on board, well someone needs to take the photos!
I'm not an expert at swimming or snorkelling so for ...
... St. Maarten and St. Barts" by Dr. Anthony Aveni, who provided a colourful look at the people who once lived in the Caribbean basin and how their world was changed by contact with Europeans.
We were also scheduled for a cooking class on mastering the art of cooking fish with one of the ship’s senior chefs. There was also dinner in the Red Ginger Asian restaurant as well as a rum-tasting. All in all, it was not a bad way to kill another day at sea with ...
... in 1512 but…many believe that
Christopher Columbus actually landed there as early as 1492. There is even a monument in his honour so I
think I will lean toward him being the first discoverer proper….anyway….Grand
Turk had one resource which others wanted to get their hands on and make money
from. Not diamonds….nor any other gems
for that matter. What Grand Turk has is
salt. The Bermudians, realising how
... better quality than the main dining room. Portions were better and the service was superior. We will probably eat there again before the end of the cruise.
Tomorrow we have a tour scheduled in Samana, Dominican Republic. This is a tender port, and the ship documents warn of "a long tender ride, poverty stricken and polluted." Sounds appealing, doesn’t it? Stay tuned, I’ll let you know how it ...