Valley Creek Hotel
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... course, not many things are as they appear. I had a great time, but the romance was non-existent with the 20 other people riding single file. All the horses were male, and mine was appropriately named "Sugar!" He liked to stop for snacks of grass along the way, but overall, a very well behaved horse. Tony’s horse was named “Malcom”. The lady behind me was on a little guy who is known to roll around on the sand because he ...
... as they swam against me, between my legs and under my arms. The fear of their infamous stinger disappeared completely. Trivial fact number five - apparently these Southern stingrays have no muscular control over their stingers which lay flat against their tails, so the only way you'd get stung is if you trod on or grabbed that part of their tail. Also, their mouths are underneath and act like a vacuum cleaner sucking up their food. If ...
At 7.30am the wind was light and the temperature was 25C predicted to rise to 29C. The sky was clear and sunny. The ship docked at about 7.45 and Erica and I disembarked at 8.40 and walked along the quayside to the sound of Caribbean music played by a live band on the dockside. The ship docked very close to the town of St John's and it took us no time at all to find a taxi. Within twenty minutes we were laying on the beach at Dickenson Bay. Joseph, the taxi driver, agreed to pick ...
... locals saying "more rain", today proved to be very warm, but good progress with anti fouling although still fighting with prop shaft. Heat is making for very sweaty work so note to self must ensure keep taking liquids on board!-Sal says it has to be water ;-( ! Think tomorrow an early start in order before it warms up. Day 3 Early start as determined to crack the shaft! 2 hours later Eric appears a happy dripping man as the prop comes out with said ...
... floating pontoon. Off the pontoon is a natural sandy area where an abundance of stingrays of all shapes and sizes circle beneath us. As we have seen before in the Maldives, stingrays become very tame especially when a few squid are available to them! We don't generally get involved with feed to view animal events. This one is well done and genuine care is taken re habitat and feeding etc. We snorkel with the stingrays ...