The Heritage Inn
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... quantities of rum and molasses to England. But the economy was tenuous
and shortly after 1834 the plantation way of life declined as slavery was
abolished in the British West Indies. For the next 130 years the territory
became a sleepy backwater of the British Empire and it is only since the 1970s
that it has emerged as a popular yachting centre and tourist destination.
territory is largely autonomous and has its own ...
... camera I had bought especially for this cruise has failed to work for me. So no photos of said tropical fish. Trivial fact number four - mangrove trees choose 'sacrificial leaves' to absorb all the salt from the water they ingest to survive. Like any tree, they need fresh water to grow. So one leaf from each branch is sacrificed. They turn yellow, drop off and return to the ground to decompose and provide compost for the trees. Also, their roots grow ...
... is just brilliant in its surrounding. The pictures say it all, so I'm not going to say anything more. You can't describe perfection in words!
Now here is something that will get those fun police at the Health and safety Executive in England completely and totally apoplectic. In fact, I should tell them NOW, to go straight home, take a couple of aspirin and lie down, in a darkened room because you are really NOT going to like the next bit. But, ...
... one major road and it goes all the way around the island! As for it being a great snorkeling spot…I would beg to differ… it was okay and children would probably love it, but for us it was a snoozer. We spend some time sitting in the sun and drying off before walking down the beach to get a drink at Nicole’s Beach Bar… this is an expensive drink at $10.00 for a beer and ...
... Iggie's Beach Bar and Grill. What a great place right on the ocean. This is one of the few places that is not protected by a cove. It was wide open without another island in site. I loved the fact that there was a cement walk way to the Bar. (See earlier blog about the sand phobia!) I was thrilled that the stools were comfortable and I got leg relief and they had iced tea. We ran into Bob, our sales guy from the Marriott. ...