Siboney Beach Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Another beautiful day, another beautiful island.
We wandered into town, to explore on foot. Didn't stay too long, as there were too many aggressive taxi drivers trying to get you to buy a tour to the beaches. We don't do beaches, so it got very old very quickly having to decline, and no thank you every few steps. There were a few who even ...
... change to be able to stretch out on some grass rather than be couped up in a seat and the banter was friendly and plentiful. We had to move late afternoon due to the heat and head for cover watching England throw away yet another winning position. So we joined the madding crowds for the journey back into town aboard a packed local bus. There seem to be two subjects here that everyone has an opinion on politics and cricket which in this part of ...
... Her name was Nola, she was a showgirl, she had flowers in her hair and her dress cut down to there... No hang on, I've gone all "Barry Manilow" again. Her name was indeed Nola, but she was the reservations manager, her job being to fit people into the right rooms and the right time.
She was lovely and chatty and noted all our suggestions including providing a guest "paid for" laundry, extending the shop and putting ...
... clear sea. A first no sight of any rays just a variety of tropical fish flitting about. Then one of the guides stands up with an armful of ray.... The female rays are twice the size of the male, but all were very friendly especially if you had a handful of squid. Great fun feeding them and plenty of time to swim around. Soon there were many rays crowding around us, brushing us with big gentle wings. Back at the centre there are strong rum punches waiting for ...
An easy sail along the coast from Falmouth and we anchored outside the marina in lovely blue water yet again. Not long before the winds picked up and the skies opened - swiftly ruining our plans to go ashore for Eric's delayed Birthday supper! After another ...