Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Outdoor pool
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Haven't done a great deal since last time. Our days consist of waking up, having an all you can eat breakfast, feeling crook from eating too much, then lazing around the pool while the boys go up and down the slides. You try and hold off from drinking for as long as you can, but the staff keep asking if you want something from the bar. And they are so damn friendly and nice it's near impossible to say No. There is no responsible drinking laws here! We ...
... from lunch so we didn't have that much.
On Saturday we took a trip into town. They took us to a flea market and we were the only ones there so we got mobbed by the shop store owners. Everyone wanted us to look in their shops which was basically the same as the next one - wood crafts, necklaces and Jamaican trinkets. We bought some souvenirs here and there to keep everyone happy. If you forgot to look in someone's shop, they say to you that ...
... boys went up and down the slides. Whenever you want a drink you just go the bar (there's even a swim-up bar) and order whatever you want. It's great not having to worry about money or the cost of everything for a change. If you're hungry you can order from the snack menu. The boys loved getting their mocktails, just got to remember not mix them up with our drinks! We've been lucky with the weather as we are in the middle of hurricane season and so far it's sunny ...
... I found a decapitated and disemboweled rat in a pool of blood and a mass
of ants last night in the hall. How I missed stepping on it is a
mystery because it was right in the middle of the hall where you walk.
The house has two bedrooms. I used to sleep in bedroom #1 ...
... strange and being back online felt good. Back at the port area, there are a lots of nice duty-free stores selling expensive stuff like diamonds and fancy watches. The more touristy souvenir stores were also handing out free tastings of their rum and I particularly liked the banana rum and cream. For $15, its inexpensive for a 1L bottle. However, we didn't pick up any because the ship doesn't allow us to drink it onboard. Instead, they keep it and then ...