Pigeon Cay Beach Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Pigeon Cay Beach Club Cat Island
Travel Blogs from Cat Island
... souvenir and gift shops and many other things to do. For us it was a stopover because it is halfway between Eleuthera and Cat Island. We were the only ones on this beautiful half moon shaped sandy beach and we were able to walk through where they had the activities and shops but no one was around. The cruise ships we were told would be coming in ...
... in the 1990’s and you will not find any road signs, advertising or Walmarts here. We drove through Arthur’s Town which is most famous for Sir Sidney Potier’s childhood home but unlike North America you will not find a sign post or a tour or a wax statue here. Just before you reach the town of Orange Creek (do not follow the local map!) there is Dickie’s Road. It is not marked so the best way to find it is to pass ...
... not for foodies!! Dinner was a very small buffet with a very large price tag so we are going to head to the grocery store tomorrow to try to get a few things in. The food is good but very plain and limited choices… again likely due to the difficulty to get things onto the island to start with. One of the highlights of Fernandez Bay are the people, both staff and guests. It is an eclectic crowd that gathers here with the one thing we all have ...
... The farming they do here far surpasses any of the efforts made on the other islands of the Bahamas. By the end of the day we were stocked up with two types of mangoes, watermelon, little bananas, pineapples, and limes in abundance. We ate more fruit in one week than we've probably had in three months! All of it was tastier and juicier than any fruit I've ever tasted. One cannot starve on Cat Island! We were so impressed by their techniques (pot hole farming - they ...
Ok, I really did plan on getting ashore, but it became more important to get some daycare arranged for Sean, which took more doing than I thought it would. He had to do a 'trial' in the nursery so they could make sure he really was toilet trained before he could go to the Aquanauts program for the 3-5 year olds. I had to get to the play centre by 7 am to get him registered, then bring him back at 10 for his 1 ...