Habitation du Comte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Next stop were the islands of Les saints to poke around and find more picturesque bays. On the way we paid a visit to a noted snorkeling spot, pigeon island! We spend a good couple of hours here, snorkeling and exploring the underwater life, which was less than expected, but still provided a good distraction. a real opportunity to use my underwater camera to capture more than just the vast deep blue of the Atlantic ocean! ...
... hummingbirds and other fascinating creatures. All this was of course free as all nature should be. However to get back to the boat was not as the buses back just did not stop. We had to flag it down on a very long busy road. Fortunately hitchhiking worked where the bus did not! Steve did a valiant job trying to flag vehicles down, but it took the presence of his better half Helen to successfully stop a car. We ...
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... the simple pleasures in life. The bay was perfect for Jackson and me. It remained shallow for quite a way, with tiny waves and crystal clear water. It truly was paradise. Our hotel even provided us with some beach toys, so Jackson really was in paradise!
The main bay has been recognised as one of the most beautiful bays in the world, (the second most beautiful bay in the world apparently). This recognition results in the arrival ...
... we agree with that statement.
I was pretty happy with our new accommodation. It was formerly a very large single family house, now converted to accommodate a small number of guests. It had a central courtyard, complete with a pond, water feature and fish. An open air kitchen, dining table and lounge area ran across the front of the house on a large veranda with views of the infinity pool, gardens and the ocean ...