South Seas Island Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSouth Seas Island Resort Captiva Island
excellent . Jonathon 's first trip ti Catpiva ! week old. First ice cream come bought by Grandpa Wascher.
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TripAdvisor Reviews South Seas Island Resort Captiva Island
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... But when we knocked on the window the very kind young lady served us - 4 hot fudge sundaes !! Very nice of her and much appreciated :) A sweet end to a great day!! Friday: off to the second hand store again ... Enjoyed lunch with neighbours Ken and Carol - ate at "Grandma Dots" at the marina on Sanibel. (It's a grey day - sweater weather). A good lunch - grilled grouper with spinach and Boursin cheese. ...
... store to pick up charcoal - to try out the new BARBIE! Cooked chicken on it and it worked just fine:). After dinner we drove to "Rosie's Cafe" - one of the restaurants at "tastes of the island" to get one of their cupcake sundaes. We split one - a good job too because it was a very generous portion of icecream with a cupcake on top! MMMMMMM! Then came home to relax. Rained all evening and through the night. Tuesday: decided to ...
We ate lunch at home then headed to the beach. Sue and I read for most of the time. Rick and Jim explored on their bikes. We both took turns in Jim and Sue's blow up kayak. At the end of the day, rick arrived back on his bike with a small charcoal BBQ in hand - "found on road dead"!! Actually, someone had left it behind because they couldn't get it working and told Rick to take it if he wanted ...
... fresh seafood just caught by the local fishing captains. Supposedly this is the "secret island" that presidents, dignitaries and celebrities sneak away to, because the island denizens have a low-key attitude regarding celebrity and fame. We don't know about that, but we do know this really is "Florida unplugged."
And we also know that during our time most anywhere in the Barrier Islands, we have felt on "island time."
... over to Captiva, we stopped off at one of the beaches in Sanibel. I believe it was Bowman's Beach that we visited. Although I can't swim, I very much enjoy wading into the water, floating around, and just enjoying the serene island settings. This was the first time we were far enough down the island to get a close up view of the Sanibel Lighthouse, which I had always wanted to see for more than just a split second in passing.