West Bay Club
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWest Bay Club Providenciales
This is our 2nd stay at West Bay Club. This time around we got a two bedroom. Upon touring, the second bedroom had two twin beds. We are all adults so that wasn't going to work. I spoke with the hotel staff and they arranged another room for us within the hour. Thank you West Bay Club.
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... pinche desastre!" I will not translate that. ;-)
On the third day, I was able to stay upwind and kite for long stretches (at least a half mile each way). As for transitions, I did make a sliding transition on the first day but only by accident. Since then, I have only been able to make one clumsy sliding transition. Otherwise, I sit and change direction - I am calling that the "sit and switch". In summary, week ...
... cutout into a cliff. After eating our pb&j's we walked the beach to an area where the waves washed up on both sides of a narrow strip. Then, we ran up the cliff to the top to look over the water. It was beautiful. With only a few minutes left till we had to meet at the bus, we went exploring down a path. We discovered a steep, stone staircase leading through the rock to ...
... it was so cold, this was warm although very windy. Plus this time it was left hand lane driving, however some cars have the steering wheel on the left, and drive on the left. Confusing. I still have trouble on big turns or round-abouts and crossed 2 lanes of traffic and nearly rode up on the footpath at one point – oops! It was a big group and very relaxed tour with history of the islands along the way – their Parliament was dissolved by the British in ...
Providenciales is the most visited of the Caicos islands and the main entry for the country. To the increasing number of visitors has to offer miles of beaches, all with the same snow-white sand and incredible turquoise water plus a very good selection of Restaurants for a fine dining experience. Be aware tough, it's not a secret ...
In the midst of rocking and rolling at anchor yesterday, Captain Ron stopped over from Equinox to let us know about a spot we could go find refuge - seems like both Equinox and We Don't Neaux had noticed how much we were rocking. We took Captain Ron's advice and moved to the Cooper Jack Marina. This "marina," however, has no facilities and doesn't cost a dime. Apparently, the company spent some $30 million clearing the land, dredging the canal, and building the cement bulkheads for ...