Tamarind Beach Hotel & Yacht Club
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and chartered yachts.
The water is so clear and the surrounding scenery just lovely - we took a walk along a narrow path built along the harbour passing shops, restaurants and private houses on the way. There was a very welcome breeze coming off the sea, making it a very comfortable for us visitors.
Had a rest on the small beach, drinking in the views - the clear water, many, many yachts anchored in the bay - the owners of which were busy buying supplies and ...
... his fathers legs. Like this they take off up and down the waterfront, even getting a little air at times. Fascinating to watch I am sure that the little boy was having the time of his life.
Beaching we went for a walk around the deserted resort. Perhaps it was out of season, but the only people here were a couple of vendors, but who they were serving was not clear as there were no resort guests. We ...
... 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 ...
... volta a l’illa. Hi ha unes onades que sembla Hawaii, realment un fenòmen poc habitual aquí. No és gust banyar-se però la caminadeta mirant la posta de sol és preciosa.
Ara escric des de la coberta del vaixell: Aquest vespre al final, l’Ariana m’ha ensenyat a jugar a backgammon i m’agrada. També he jugat amb l’Elena. Això de tenir temps per jugar amb elles, per mi, no té ...
... and Brian. I wanted dinner since they left early so it ended up just being them. So apparently after dinner they got a taxi with Antonio (some local we met) back to Clifton for $50 US one way. Expensive for a 3 mile journey, but options are limited. The road there basically required an offroad vehicle to make it. Arriving in Clifton, they met up with a local guide named Smokey. Starting at some house party, they then bounced around to the reggae lounge and ...