Bay Gardens Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Bay Gardens Inn Gros Islet
Travel Blogs from Gros Islet
... on it. We bartered hard to get us four girls and the two Bristol boys taken across to the island and back including snorkel hire for 25EC (6.50 GBP). Once across we left our bags at the little restaurant and headed up the two peaks on the island. The first had a fort at the top and the second was a much steeper climb over rocks to the top. The views from the top were incredible as we could see across the whole of Rodney Bay and from the other side all the way to Martinique. Once ...
... to the USA which--although not as colorful as the Caribbean--I do have pretty much unlimited new places to discover and explore.
There is one sight a stones throw away, Pigeon Hill, a penninsula with an old for where you can get a nice panoramic view from the top. I head that direction and soon find myself in the middle of a large resort... then another.
Pigeon Hill isn't open yet--and it doesn't look that interesting for the entrance fee, so I figure I ...
... a floating platform that you laid on whilst putting your head into a rubber sealed section that enabled you to see underwater through a 'glass bottomed' section of the Zayak. All in all, a worthwhile experience with a wide variety of fish species evident. Pete hired a snorkel and mask which seemed decent value at $10 for all day if you wanted. Left the beach after 4 hours and made our way ...
... said but he talked a lot and that was quite interesting anyway. He is a kind of stoned rasta entrepreneurs with some ideas, some better than others. It's interesting but he goes slowly (the heavy use of weed and rhum probably not helping), but it is on the way as he said.
We spent these few nice days enjoying our place, doing few meters to go snorkeling, not much more to go eating and even less to visit our ...
... spinner down and minus some line so we attached a squid off our boat onto the line and within 10 seconds a seagul (1000 miles off shore) came and ate the squid!!! After this omen we gave up once and for all. Another night watch and another flying fish in the back of my head this is pretty standard now! Random wind directions and a mind numbing 2 days with no wind meant sunbathing and back gammon galore! The scores are irrelevant it's ...