The Atlantis Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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Got up early and headed down to Tents Bay to meet our local fishing guide. We got there early to check out the boats. A small one, a really small one, and a decent sized one. Fortunately with the wind blowing and the waves crashing we ended up with Mr Barrow, a 75 year old man who wore a speedo all morning, and a great 25' wooden vessel. This boat had a diesel tractor engine, no actual seats, and after we got into the boat , I noticed no fishing poles....interesting. Then I ...
... bringing in fish right below the restaurant. After checking in we headed east to a small town and picked up some random food and beer at a local market. Veronica is cooking a pasta and pumpkin dish, which already smells amazing and we watched the sun set over the largest mtn in the country. Our peeps at the resort found a local fisherman who is taking us out tomorrow ...
... a forest that had a stream and rock pools. The area was very overgrown so we scramled our way through back to the bus route. We soon were able to get a bus to the West coast. We got off in Spiegeltown and got a bus heading south past Worthing so I could get back to my hotel. He went on to work and I had a nap as I could hardly keep my eyes open. In the evening I walked down to a bar and restaurant called MOJO which I ...
... I've come across! I must climb that boulder--or perish in the undertaking. Unfortunately I don't feel I can take the guitar up with me, so this is going to have to be an air guitar concert--but at least I'll climb it... and I do... feeling like I'm 15 again when i reach the top. I notice a couple of passerbys looking at me curiously, then walking around the boulder trying to figure out how I got up there... This ...
... who fought for Charles I, was fined 610 pounds for delinquent acts against Parliament. He sought refuge in Barbados, purchasing land including 90 acres of plantation that became known as Colleton Village in the parishes of St. Peter and St. Lucy. (Although not mentioned anywhere in the house or on the information sheet that was handed out, Sir John was a prominent slave trader.)
John Colleton prospered but after his death ...