Fond Bay Suites
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... road, but worth the view. The Park Service purchased this hilltop home a few years ago but has been unable to obtain the funding to put in roads, hiking trails, etc. so the public would have access to the area where Columbus landed. It is also a very historic site as they have found remains of some pre-Colombian pottery and housing.
We also went to St. Croix LEAP (Life & Environmental Arts Project) which was another uphill ...
So after a number of days at sea I'm happy to report I haven’t lost my mind yet. Apologies that it’s taken so long for my latest update, I’ve been spending a lot of time on deck attempting to look a little less like a ghost.
Before I get talking about the past couple of days I have to tell you about the efforts P&O made with regards to the first scattering of my mothers ashes. From the start dad and I only wanted something simple, nothing fancy, just ...
... part was the Lion Fish issue. Throughout both dives, our diving guide carried a spear-like device in her hand and nobody really knew what this was for…until we saw: the LION FISH. Basically, the lion fish is a relatively small fish (20cm x 30cm) that, however, eats up every other type of fish it finds and is thus regarded as a kind of pest. Divers in this region are therefore encourage to kill them if they come across them. The good thing is: they are supposed to ...
... which was quite enjoyable). After wandering around the ship awhile, we checked out the magic show at 10:30. We had to have a piece of pizza before heading back to our room and sat on the balcony enjoying our pizza. It was after midnight before we got to sleep again. Every morning, I’d say we’ll have to have an early night tonight, but it just never ...
The only other guests at our B&B left early this AM on a diving trip, so David and Wanda invited us up to their lovely deck for our breakfast of bananas, grapefruit, pineapple, cheese and bread. After chatting for an hour and relaxing with our books for another, we decided to head out to Millet Bird Sanctuary. If we were true birders we would have left at 5 AM so we could have seen the St. ...