Curtain Bluff Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and no time to play. Guadeloupe, Pointe a Pitre had changed in the time we'd left. It held good memories for us, being the port we'd sailed to after crossing the Atlantic. A huge building had sprouted, statues of slave heroes, flags of every country and a monstrous Welcome sign dangled on the dock. At night it was flooded with fibre optic flashing lights that changed colours ...
... my first solo loaf in the next day or two. Today is just another day of hanging on the beach with a Wadadli or two. Need to go shopping to provision the boat for the next 7 days. We'll be sailing up to Barbuda in the next day or 2 departure depends on conditions as the winds are forecasted to pick up considerably. New crew member joining tomorrow- Asa from ...
... table mates that night. They chose that night to abandon me in favour of the buffet on the pool deck. Two very sweet men at the next table (gay, sadly) came and sat with me - what a sad sight I must have looked sitting all alone at this big table! I happily showed off my stingray photos to them. What a small small world we live in - one of them is a Qantas steward based in Sydney - and knows my twin brother quite well. Promises to send him my ...
I had a lovely day. After yesterday's Skype from Dan, Helen,Will and the gorgeous Blake I was on a roll! Or rather Blake was and showed off his 360 degree turn of rolling round in a circle! At least they don't have to chase him yet and he comes back! Lol. He's growing fast now 6 months old and awaiting his first tooth... a few more restless nights. A few screen kisses given to Nan,bet there screen was all slobbered up! We also had a great chat with Fran, lovely to catch up and hear ...
We set off to Jolly Harbour with a mind to see all the places and beaches (the island of 365 beaches)we'd seen on the land trip. First stop Carlisle Bay with coral all round it's shore, it sounded ideal. We got in as close as we dared with me on the bow as lookout to guide Craig through the coral patches.( Responsibility indeed!!!)It was amazingly clear enough to see the white sandy bottom and grass patches, but disconcerting at the same time as it got too shallow, ...