Trade Winds Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... in the Dockyard. We had read that there were some nature trails in the are so we got directions to one of those. We hiked up a bluff and could look down on the harbor on one side and ocean on the other. We went passed a building that housed the garrison's munitions and along a wall with cut outs for cannons to be rolled into.
The sites, hiking and wonderful views made for a great day...
... on a hilltop, about 6 levels all little villas with its own yacht, pier and beach. Made me feel so poor. We also saw a 6 floor yacht docked close to the shore, it was very posh posh. We circled it a bunch of times on the sea doo hoping to get a glimpse of the owners and to use some charm to befriend them. NO such dice, but as we were on our way to return the sea doo, we finally did see the owners (or possibly renters) of the ginormous yacht coming towards ...
... replaced by Chris the General Manager. He was a small bundle of energy. Muscled up and dynamic he was full of excitement and enthusiasm for all the amazing ideas he had for the future of the hotel. He told us he never switches off, had spent twenty one years working nineteen hours a day, had spent five years at university in Sweden and now he was going to turn Galley Bay Resort into the top hotel in the Caribbean.
He asked ...
... 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 ...
... bay on long island and spent the evening onboard.
15/2 we got up early and sailed through a small gap in the barrier reef and sailed over to the stunning but desolate island of Barbuda, we sailed up 11 mile beach and anchored off one of the 2 buildings on it a hotel , It was open but had no guests, so we stayed onboard again, Barbuda’s population of 2,000 nearly all live in the capital Codrington which is on the Big lagoon ...