I am getting into a rest room lock jag here. This one looks like it was scalvaged from a long sunken vessel.
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To my mind, fresh flowers make any bathroom special. Even more so a well used one on the beach. Don't tell anyone that I washed my feet in the sink and it had just been cleaned. I did make sure to rinse it out completely.
Do you think this stall has sufferd multiple break ins or could the carpenter just not decide where to put the closure?
Cute, eh! There is nothing cute about the spinning class I can assure you. Or the woman who commandeers the only large fan in the room.
On the way to the house from the airport we asked our driver where the best roti on the island could be found. I had heard it was at Struggling Man's Place- don't you love that name! No, this was supposed to be it. Can't say I agree, but the experience of talking with the solo proprietress of 35 years of this hole in the wall was well worth the mediocre rotis. And the bathroom was like none other I have been in there. It gave punk funk a new meaning. It did have toilet paper and was not actually all that dirty. Just old like its owner, but trying to keep pace.
This won best restaurant on the island for 2010 and it was, indeed, a fantastic meal. Inventive, subtle tastes and reasonable portions, if not prices. We were glad to while away an evening of torrential rains in warm ambiance of this converted colonial house. Are those old ceiling tile samples on the restroom wall or what?
This place is right on the water- even has a small dock if you want to come by launch. It's very casual with a lively bar and good food, especially the barbeque. I adore the ribs and so did my friends. The only place I ever eat them these days. Many nights there is live music and dancing. I think you can get a good feel for the place by the sign in the bathroom!
When I decide I need ro vary the beach walks on the island- and get motivated to get in the car rather than just march up and down the hill I live on- there is this lovely rain forest to trudge through. I always forget how wet, and cool, it is and how caked with mud my sneakers are going to be. It is not the most spectacular of rain forests, but it does have a variety of habitat and some spectacular views.
This place has had its ups and downs over the years, but it is on a definite up right now. We had one of the best meals of the week in the newly redecorated restaurants which features an open air setting with bamboo blinds that can be unfurled on overly windy or rainy evenings, but keep the air circulating on warm nights. They have rooms if you want a charming place to get away from it all with a small private beach, a little pool and lounge chairs that look like rattan peapods.
This is supposed to be one of the better resorts on the island and the rooms are fine and those right on the beach must be spectacular if only for the surf affect. The beach itself is a mile long and has also been cleared of rocks this year making it easier to get into the water. The food is good enough and there is a pop up beach bar half way down which gets more expansive every year. Yet the rest rooms remain old and dirty looking and barely functional. Probably because the bus loads of tourists off the cruise ships DO come here!