King's Beach Village
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... NZ silver ferns), photographed and credit card swiped before being given out room keys and shown down to our deck where are bags were just arriving.
The came the challenge of unpacking and fitting our clothes into the very small space available in the cabin, ours being just one above steerage! It was very well appointed but smaller than your average hotel room, but as Ian said we didn't have a cat to swing anyway. Still we achieved our aim and at ...
... coast to a place to snorkel, then further up the coast where they snorkeled and saw sea turtles... Very cool. While people were in the water the crew cooked lunch - steak, salad, chicken, shrimp... Too much food. It was really a pleasant afternoon and a great day for a lovely sail! Off to St Bart's on ...
Sorry I haven't been blogging lately, but I'm sitting here on Sunday afternoon and this is the first of a few that I am going to write until I catch up.
Mind you we've all lost track of days and dates so the chances of me remembering what we did is pretty slim. I will do my best though. Here we go:
We decided to shake things up a bit. We caught the bus to Speightstown instead ...
... cancelled, there was a problem with it and it never left Martinique. After a few hours in the airport we returned to the Hotel and booked ourselves in for another night, not much of a disturbance to us as we had no accommodation booked in Guyana yet, so we got to spend another night watching the local steel band and the girls limbo under poles of fire. Then it was up again and back to the airport for ...
... and poking around the ships. Luckily, the pesky tourists, with the annoying children, stayed at the surface, so there was some solace to having sturdy lungs and a strong kick. I sunk down to about 12 feet and stuck my head into the Bajan Queen's shallowest compartment and was surprised with a small hawksbill staring back at me. I was about out of air but had enough time to reach out and stroke its back. He swam leisurely away from the ...