Hawksbill by Rex Resorts
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to see. One of the shops had old equipment from when it was a mill of some sort. When we tried to get some snaps of the old machines, the shop keeper started fussing at us. "NO Pictures, no pictures! " was kind of weird, if you ask me, so we left the shop, feeling very unwelcome.
Found some local honey, and jams, then headed back to the ship.
... of the sun due to the pair of them being as white as a milk bottles Ken's ginger complexion not helping. England tried to throw the game away for the second time running but staggered across the line. So we headed off to their hotel for some free ale before catching a local bus back into town around 11pm where the driver luckily then went into taxi mode and dropped us home. Touch. Anyway enough of this rambling were off to the beach. Wish you were ...
... But we had seen lots of staff and no one said anything.
All four of us attended the "regulars" dinner at Ismay's restaurant on Friday night. The meal was excellent and the restaurant is very nice, so much so that we booked to go there on Saturday for their "fine dining" experience.
Three managers "mingled" with the guests during the "regulars" dinner. We had a young female reservations manager at our end of ...
... and helpful to tourists.
Once we reached the coast again, we came across a beach which was alluringly empty of swimmers, yet the water was crystal clear blue. We had planned to drive further around for a swim but this beach was too stunning to resist. The water was a perfect temperature, around 25c. The Caribbean ocean is quite salty compared to the Pacific and the water makes a body quite buoyant – perfect ...
Another day another island. Docked next to another of the giant human container ships. Taking a trip to go swimming with stingrays. A drive across the island with commentary from our driver, Romeo. Not a lot to see, no agriculture, no scenery, just a few very worn cricket pitches and some goats. The trip was well organised with good snorkel equipment supplied. A short but very bumpy boat ride out to a a shallow bank. A pier anchored with steps down into ...