Getting here was a long drive from where we were staying in Mt. Irvine -- we stopped at Marguerite's on the way up -- highly recommended! Amazing soup and other dishes.
We enjoyed our time here, but our young grandchildren found the current too strong and the waves too big - this is compared to our time at Pigeon Point Beach. The setting is beautiful -- trees in the background, quite secluded, and a gentle pool of water at the far end of the beach that saved the day for our grandchildren: it was like a hidden paradise, with waters coming down from the hill, and also from the bay, but it was sandy and the waters were absolutely still - hidden in a quite grove of trees. No fee for parking; basic bathroom; one place to buy food; chairs cost 20TTs to rent. We had a sudden downpour followed by viewing a double rainbow -- extraordinary.
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