Marina Haven Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of British and French rule of the island e.g. at Bloody Point the British and French slaughtered 2,000 Carib Indians in one day wiping them out. The small river was said to be running red with blood for 3 days hence where it meets the sea is called Bloody Point. Sugar plantations and use of slave labour also form a large part of St Kitts' history. The tour revealed an island that is still relatively poor but it appears to be more affluent then, ...
... remote island of St. Helena it was another 700 miles to the equally remote, but even less civilized island of Ascension. Really it is for military purposes that this place is inhabited at all, with both the British and the Americans having bases stationed here. As far as I could tell, it was MOD property, not a holiday resort. However, despite the lack of real entertainment or visitor attractions it still oozed the charm and that feeling of interest and intrigue I ...
... Jean. I hurried over to the main building, but I has missed her. I was told she had just left. Well, since I didn't see her on the route I took, she had to be returning the other way. I hurried back the way I came and saw her coming down the other path. I told her the news, and she went over to find out what could be done. Well, because Tuesday evening is New Years' Eve, they are having an International style dinner from ...
... 100 degrees in the falls.
While driving around the island we stopped at a tea house and a chance to see the views from this elevation. We drove by the trademark of the island its twin peaks known as Gros Piton and Petit Piton. These two spikes of lava over 2500 feet high have been a sailor’s landmark for hundreds of years.
Passing by Marigot bay our guide pointed out that this was a backdrop to the movie Dr. Doolittle a beautiful ...
... are dramatically steep towers of rock jutting out of the sea.
We chose to book an excursion for this port of call that took us by land through to the southern port of Soufriere where our cruise ship would sail to meet us at the end of the tour. We were glad we did as so many of her charms were shown to us. We learnt about her exports of sugar, cocoa, and bananas and travelled through picturesque and mountainous jungle scenery with the famous ...