Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Had a wonderful nights sleep to the gentle lapping of the Caribbean Sea. Could not see much from the balcony when we arrived late last night, but woke up this morning to a wonderful view of white sand and aqua blue sea. We could even see the 5 masts of the Royal Clipper in the distance. Went down to breakfast late, about 9:15 after a well earned sleep in. We weren't sure where the dining room was from the reception we came through yesterday evening, but found to ...
... it sounds like a disaster but we laughed and laughed and figured we would find our way and that's just what happened.
We needed to travel north then make our way to the coast road, we could see the coast road from the "highway" we were on and decided to take the next turnoff to get down to it. Now it looked like an OK road until we went about a quarter of a mile, then the road became very narrow and bumpy,barely wide enough for one ...
... good, but I was still grossed out, because it just felt too much like an animal to me. I'm so used to eating beef and chicken that I almost forget that they used to be alive, but with iguana, I had literally just seen a bunch of live ones 10 minutes ago.
The next day in Grenada, I managed to find a Subway, so I got to have some normal food, although the Subways there do have their differences. They don't have ranch dressing. ...
... and I did, as ever, manage to position ourselves near the table of free drinks, from which we replenished our glasses more than once before dinner. ;-)
In the Bay Tree restaurant later on, we found we only had Don, the 85-year old solo traveller, for company - there was no sign of Peter and Kate, so maybe they'd gone to one of the other restaurants or decided to give dinner a miss.
The show in the theatre tonight ...
... bus". Basically it was a contracted van driver that acted like a bus. The "bus" took us back to Speightown but stopping all all bus stops and picking up more and more passengers! People were literally sitting on each other; trying to squeeze in. It was very cramped. It was quite the experience but I don't think I'll do that again. We finally got to Speightown but school was letting out all all the kids were taking the bus. So ...