Hawksbill by Rex Resorts
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... s 365 beaches (one for each day of the year)!! I don’t recall the name of this beach, but it was deserted with old, dilapidated huts and a run down hotel that shut down about ten years ago. It didn’t have the best scenery, but the unbeatable sand and crystal, clear 86 degree water make up for it. Tony and I walked hand in hand up and down our private beach. Now THIS was romantic! I didn’t want it to end, but of course, we ...
... man even blew me a kiss. Ah, I've still got it :) Next stop a spice plantation - the oldest on the island. The Douglas Plantation was not the sprawling fields of crops and trees I had envisaged (think Gone With The Wind), but a mismatched collection of weed covered remains of buildings left to rot. No Clark Gable was going to appear on this plantation I'm sad to say. A re-created building had been built just for us tourists, with a sample of the spices ...
... meal, we decided to use the buffet restaurant at the top of the ship and we managed to have a table on the outside deck where we had an excellent Indian curry in the open air, with a full moon reflecting on the water and stars above us. A real delight. We followed this with a show starring a comedian, Roy Walker, who was very,very funny. We will be arriving in Aruba tomorrow morning. We intend to do the same as in Antigua and head for one of the beaches, either Palm beach or Eagle ...
... Off out to dinner and found local restaurant with excellent live band - shame about the Caribbean slow service! 45 minutes before a drink which ended up being free as even the Caribbeans were embarrassed now long it took! Eric ordered a Calazone pizza only to be told when it arrives it's same ingredients as a Calazone but it's a Tuesday Calazone i.e flat and not folded, cause they are too busy too fold! All the same tasted good and did not want to wait any ...
... the short briefing we sailed out to sea to a landing stage in an area of shallow water. I was a little nervous at first as I don't really take to water. However it was only 4 foot deep close to the landing stage. We were issued with snorkels and masks so a few people ventured out further but we didn’t. The water was warm and clear with a sandy base so the stingrays were easy to spot. We had to shuffle ...