Trade Winds Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... in 1704. In 1784, Horatio Nelson sailed in on the HMS Boreas to serve as captain of the Leeward Island Station.
The dockyard fell to ruin when the British Navy abandoned the station in 1889. Restoration started in 1951 and it reopened as Nelson's Dockyard in 1961.
This was a great site! The buildings were are clearly marked as to their function and descriptions of ...
... of the sun due to the pair of them being as white as a milk bottles Ken's ginger complexion not helping. England tried to throw the game away for the second time running but staggered across the line. So we headed off to their hotel for some free ale before catching a local bus back into town around 11pm where the driver luckily then went into taxi mode and dropped us home. Touch. Anyway enough of this rambling were off to the beach. Wish you were ...
... suggestions for how he could improve the hotel, and promptly ignored them. "Don't ask me to enlarge the pool. Everyone asks that and I can't do that." Not that dymanic, then.
Then he enthused for about ten minutes about everything he is going to change. "I am going to send all my management team on a ten week university course, to make them dymanic and efficient managers. I am going to change all the pictures in the rooms. ...
... miles, so we planned to see as much as we could in six hours. The driving rules are the same as Australia, and drivers sit on the right side of the vehicle, opposite of the US.
We drove across the island to the port of English Harbour, home to many fine yachts and boats. We then headed inland across a road that wove in and out of a rainforest. Even though these roads are main roads, they are still only narrow two ...
... as no second key available - we know how to make friends fast!! 23/12/13 A second outing on the catamaran proved just as wet when Eric sights a yacht nearby and decides we need to race it! Wind behind us we are steaming along when suddenly a large gust picks up, front of cat dips into water and before we know it the boat has flipped over and we have been flung off! 15 mins later we manage to right it and head back to shore with a broken tiller but no harm done to ...