Sunset Shores Beach Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... down jeep, another in a hammock, feet up trees, kids under chairs,so many just chillin' man. Then we followed that with a swim and snorkel. Many many urchins,as big as dinner plates, obviously no Italians about( they eat the insides raw as a delicacy). On the tick list were poisonous sea snakes, moray eel, enormous star fish and an unnamed gurnard looking fish with ...
... apologising for ruining our night. After a bit she settled and fell asleep with me. During this time Courtney was beside herself. Half awake half asleep, she didn't know what to do with herself she now thought she was going to get sick with a bit of tlc and me lying with her she settled down. During this hour or so Rich lay comfortably in bed saying there is nothing that he can do when I asked him to see to Courtney so I could help Paige. The joys of being a Mum. Finally I got to ...
... birthday cake would be the best form of present! The night before, myself and Rich smuggled out the necessary ingredients (pretending to take out the bin and chat to our host - Dr Vegara) whilst masking our real intentions. We used Dr Vegara's oven and butter as fast as we possibly could, deciding it would be best to leave the decorating until the day after. The galaxy bar that's been in our fridge since we arrived finally ...
... 8220;you move there. you take that seat”) so it made for an interesting bus ride.
The hotel employee recommended VeeJay's for dinner, and now I pass on the recommendation. The “chunks” (Caribbean term for soy protein) were ok and spicy. The sweet potato croquets were really good. The eggplant was incredibly fabulous- I need to go figure out how to replicate it. I was very glad I ate here.
... coils, bug spray, hydrogen peroxide, hydrocortosone cream and prescription anti inflammatories.
We waved good bye to the girls on 31st December, and were glad to have spent our last 10 days of 2011 with them. David and I made it the to Frangipani party as the clock struck 12, enjoyed some drinks and fireworks, then joined everyone on the island at Lower Bay Beach for some SoCa (south Caribbean music) and watched the sun come up on 2012.
Happy New Year, everyone!