Calabash Cove Resort And Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the younger ones performing some interesting acrobatics. I even managed to spot a lonesome turtle paddling past.
It was a nice place, the outlook was stunning (as I expected it to be) but unfortunately two things let it down. Firstly, the swell coming into the bay from the Atlantic was enormous and resulted in the boat rocking from side to side for the whole time we were anchored. It also ensured a good soaking in the dinghy on every ride to shore, but ...
... tropical rainforest, golden sand beaches, cascading waterfalls and astonishing geological features, most notably the towering twin Pitons - all awaiting our exploration.
Local yacht day-workers we met at the marina, Vision and Mishanna, offered to take us on a private tour of the island. The 5 of us packed into Vision's SUV early Friday morning and set out on the winding coastal highway that cuts across the mountains with hairpin turns and dizzying ...
So, before bed I wandered up to the library to see if anyone had returned any books. I spied number 3 in the 50 Shades trilogy and thought I'd see what all the fuss was about. By the time her inner goddess had done the opening steps of Ravel's Bolero on ...
Sunday 13 January
Very rough night - kept waking up. Large swell this morning but at least the sun is shining so it's not too bad - too rough to walk around the deck...that's a shame, I was looking forward to that!
Didn't do much at all today on account of the swell but staggered to the Cafe Bordeaux for lunch which was very pleasant. Another super dinner and then we watched a show 'Boogie Nights' which was very colourful and noisy but I still managed to doze ...
... the sea becoming progressively rougher as we neared the headland. In fact the waves were so huge Rob decided to head back and change tactics! On our second attempt we headed further out from the coast so that the waves were coming at us from a more oblique angle, which was a bit more comfortable!
Unfortunately one of our two engines then failed, so we had to turn back yet again. Rob suspected a problem with the propellor so we pulled into a bay where ...