Bay Gardens Inn
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Gros Islet
... The surroundings were great, forest all the way up and once the rap was turned off we could hear the breeze, the birds and the labour of our hearts as we traversed the steep incline to the top.
Bursting out of the foliage we came upon the first lookout point, starting at 7am gave us access with no one else around. Picture valleys and views for miles around, including the view of petite piton, the smaller and more challenging of the ...
... enough. I was, though! She definitely got on my nerves, and had some strange opinions... Eventually brendo saved me and said it was time for bed. Not that we got much sleep... We were given one very lumpy 'pillow' to share and the room was full of mosquitoes. Not to mention our French roommate is a choir teacher and was working till early in the morning on these songs... Dragged ourselves out of bed early the next morning eager to get out of there and go exploring ...
... day filled with beauty, excitement and friendship, easily one of the best days of our lives.
The following morning Steven and I packed up and moved into a villa that we rented for a week’s vacation. After 3+ months living aboard an 80 foot ship it was fantastic to have a whole house to spread out into and a week off to enjoy it. I couldn’t help myself from running and dancing around with my arms spread out enjoying the spaciousness. With a ...
... hard for it. Even though everyone was onboard for the whole day it didn't really feel over packed. We were still able to find lounge chairs close to the pool and even though the gift shops had a lot of people in them it wasn't annoying in any way. Tonight is our first formal night. Hopefully calm seas will continue since I'll be wearing heels. For all our dinners I'll be picking all the seafood ...
... of level ground to be found. Romanus did a yeoman's job of finding a place to park amongst the other taxis and rental vehicles. On either side of us, regardless of the pitch of the land, there seemed to be a structure. In addition to the studio buildings, I believe there was a bed and breakfast type building that doubled as Mr. Eudovic's home.
As soon as we exited the taxi we were met by a young lady that acted as our tour guide. She ...