Trade Winds Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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Tony and I were looking very forward to this island… so much so, that Tony booked two excursions to see as much of it as we could. The day started with breakfast. By this time, we are getting pretty sick of food, so we limit ourselves to fresh fruit and yogurt. Now, it's time for our beach horseback ride! This was one of my bucket list items… something about seeing a couple ride a horse on a white sandy beach looks so romantic to ...
... small cage. Met Scooby, our leader for this adventure who was very entertaining. After a chat with him later in the day explaining the concept of Couchsurfing to him as a means of travelling on the cheap, I now have a new BFF who promises to come visit me and crash on MY couch! What an incredible experience I had with the stingrays! After the initial freaking out at them brushing past my legs, I relaxed and happily patted these gentle ...
... his act (whatever that was), there was a final burst of applause and it was over.
Walking back to our rooms Min and Elaine chuckled about how funny the limbo guy was, and how miserable I was for just sitting at the back.
Last night I had an amazing dream about Richard Gere performing a magic trick, but Min woke me to take a picture of a ship sailing by before Richard had completed the trick, so I've not idea how it ended. How annoying is that?
Day 1 Our first day started well with bright sunshine but soon deteriorated into floods of rain, hindering somewhat the progress of anti fouling. Eric was pleased as it meant he could start the fun project of trying to repair the prop - good progress but the plastic sheath broke off inside so tomorrow we are going to have to take the prop shaft right out. Wednesdays launch looking dodgy as locals predicting more rain over next few days! Day 2 So much ...
... self organised excursion seems to have faltered when we arrive at Sting Ray City, hundreds of people from the all shapes and sizes of ships moored around the Island. Monkeys, Parrots and all manner of bird types caged to keep the crowd entertained whilst we wait from our boat to see the Stingrays. S and I plot to return in the night to release these poor animals. Our briefing and all aboard our speedboat out to a reef ...