Palm Haven Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Gros Islet
... the ship, looking around the small town as we returned. Afternoon tea, then Kim sunned herself on the balcony whilst Pete went to Karel's bar for a beer and to connect into theirs re wifi. After dinner, went to listen to Dr Nick Slope's after dinner talk on his life as an archeologist, then back to the cabin, drinks on the balcony looking for shooting stars although, srangely, not many evident ...
... many films. We bought a bottle of their hot spicey sauce. Lots of things made from bananas. We had banana chips, thinking their were sweet dried banana pieces, but no they were banana CHIPS, with salt on them. Banana sauce, like tomatoe sauce!!! Then back on board for lunch, then caught the water taxi back to the town, for a quick look around, in case we had missed any shops. Quick drink on the front, then water taxi back to the port. Good ...
... due to how slowly the boat seemed to be moving, felt like it took forever.
We snorkelled in a small cove that was part of the island’s marine park. After showing the tour guide that we had our snorkelling vests on (it was mandatory to wear one, it just didn’t have to be inflated), we hopped into the water. We had about 45 minutes to have a look at the fish and what coral there was. There was quite a lot of small fish swimming around but nothing bigger ...
... Definitely didn't disappoint! Got to try some real local food - goat water ( stewed goat in a veggie broth) and some blood sausage. Both were surprisingly delicious! Enjoyed a local band and some beers after before finally heading home. More than happy to pay our driver extra for his 12 hour day. Hospital wise it has been a pretty interesting week as well. I have been working In the emergency department this week, where both emergency as well ...
... decent viewpoints where we got some reasonable pictures of nearby areas. We did stop at a couple of bunkers that were left over from past wars. There really wasn't too much to see in the area that we were in. The “highlight” was a fish pond where we were able to feed the fish. At the end, we got some fresh local fruits and headed back down the hill. I have to say that if you're looking to ...