Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... also needing a wheelchair & his wife who agreed to share the tour with us. Eventually our transport driven by George arrived and we were soon on our way to Orchid World. Once checked in a guide for the four of us arrived with a handful of umbrellas. A very pleasant and knowledgeable young woman she led us around the garden telling us ...
... blue stripe busses are private - running the same routes as the others for the same price - but they get paid by passenger. THAT explained why they were kind of hustling to get people on.
After several passed by, we got on a yellow bus.
OMG!! It was like riding the Night Bus in a Harry Potter movie!! You got on and before you could think, you were zooming down the road. We flung ourselves into a seat, gave a guy $1 each. He put it in a bowl ...
... we pick up more beer and tonic water and make plans to eat out instead of cooking tonight.
In the end we settle for left overs - rice and peas, more pepper pot stew and bread. But Omara and Phil fancy KFC which is not very promptly delivered, the fries are stone cold and they've forgotten to bring the bottles of sprite. They loved the burgers though.
Before we know it the alcohol is flowing (more MG rum of course) ...
I got up early bursting with energy, reserved our beach chairs in our favorite spot , and swam laps in the ocean! After that Not much else all day! I did some reading, a little painting, and got my time in the sun. The waves were really big today. there was a surfer catching them right by our beach and lots more firther down in the usual place. We walked down the boardwalk to catch ...
... Perhaps later on in the cruise.
Afterwards we went into the Havana Lounge to see Paul Eastwood, a comedian. The place was packed and we could only sit on bar stools near the back. I couldn't hear very well because of the noise of the barmen taking customer orders and mixing drinks, but what I did hear was very funny.
Then it was off to bed in B238 - tomorrow we were due to reach our first port of call, Curaçao in the Dutch ...