Tamarind Beach Hotel & Yacht Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... but much less than we expected. One possible reason for this is the hurricanes and storms that often pass through the Caribbean, another is that the amount of ships visiting are polluting the water. Whatever the reason there were still great sites to be viewed including the Sting Ray feeding and cleaning station. Like a mock up of a petrol station one Sting Ray with a mean looking barbed tail came to rest on a flat rock on the bottom of the sea. A ...
... rocks: Jack of Dan, Kick 'Em Jenny, Diamond Island, London Bridge Rock,natural arch. Interestedly enough we also pass close to a restricted area where a submerged active volcano lies and the depth goes from 2900 ft to 600!! This is also called Kick 'Em Jenny Volcano. Great names again. We cast the lures out in the hope of catching fish... we catch our next Christmas decs!! Holly leaf shaped seaweed with mistletoe thrown in as tough as old ...
... about 30,000 now, with the focus being on assembly of Japanese sourced parts. Yes, the same story we have heard before.
The other couple on the table were from Florida, but also had a house on Rhode Island. This is a common phenomena amongst richer Americans who retire to Florida. They spend 6 months in warmer climes and then the summer in Rhode Island and may also return for Thanksgiving and Christmas if they have family there. ...
... with the dinghy.
For some rest, we walk to the top of the island and on the way, we see many iguanas – different from the ones we saw on the Cayman . Elena spots tortoise and we also see a hermit crab. It is just us on the island and the feeling is amazing. We play in the sand, with the waves, looking at beautiful coral shapes on the sand and we are brave enough to go back to the water to see for ...
... but it all proved too much for Tabitha and Gemma – the sea was rough and Captain Harris a speedy kind of pirate, so we were soon on the high seas bumping along at the rate of knots and both girls screaming their heads off – they were terrified!!! After a lot of shouting and some rather ‘after the horse has bolted’ questioning about life vests, we persuaded Johnny Depp to slow down and we moved the screamers to the back of the boat. By this ...