Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa Saint Peter
Travel Blogs from Saint Peter
... surprise it was right on the beach overlooking the water. Perfect. Had bacon and egg and something called "frizzled fish" which tasted a bit like kedgeree Tried to negotiate a late check out, but only managed till 1pm it being Saturday and very busy. Decided to walk along the beach till middayish when we would have rearrange packing and check out. First walked left (east?) towards the Hilton but could not get around the headland which seemed to house the remains ...
... out again.
Keisha arrives to pick us up at about 6.30 and we realize just how far we actually walked today. Canny far!
Wayne remembers us from our fleeting visit this afternoon and is glad that we decided to return and bring the family with us. We sit at tables on the lower deck right next to the water. There's every chance that we'll be splashed by the spray.
It soon becomes clear that Bombas isn't the kind of place you ...
... 27 exposures.
Since one is so buoyant in salt water, I found it difficult to dive and take photos because I floated quickly back to the surface. Hopefully some of the underwater photos will come out good.
It was easy getting in and out of the boat. At the stern there was a set of stairs one could use. After 30 or 40 minutes we all boarded the boat and continued north. We stopped at a ship wreck and reef ...
... the palmtrees
Whoa! I'm going to see my girlfriend
Whoa! In the sunny Caribbean seas.
The only difference was that it wasn't Captain Tobias Willcox on Coconut Airways taking us there. :-)
The flight passed fairly pleasantly and we enjoyed a few complimantary drinks courtesy of Fred Olsen. I read my magazines and played on my Nintendo DS and soon we had to fasten our seatbelts for the final approach into ...
... people in the world, always willing to help out. They are also a little conservative, hard-working and deeply religious. There is a church on almost every street corner.
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