We'd heard such good things about Screw's and were excited to visit. But when we arrived, we were confronted by a woman with an expression so sour it would have given a lime serious competition. She greeted us with an annoyed "Yes?" as though we had wandered into her backyard uninvited. We were so taken aback, we didn't know what to say.
My husband managed to ask if we had arrived at Screw's and if we could use the Spa. The woman pointed to a table with a price list on it and said something we couldn't hear because there was ear-splitting reggae music filling the courtyard. I told her I hadn't heard what she said and asked if she could lower the music a bit so we could hear her. She sulked off, resentment trailing behind her, and fiddled with the volume. Lowering it and then raising it and lowering it again and then raising it even louder than before. WOW!!! Really???
She came back and started to say something, but it was impossible to hear her. My husband and I looked at each other in shock and simply turned on our heels and left Screw's. This really wasn't what we wanted from a spa. Isn't it supposed to be relaxing and peaceful? Happily we ended up at nearby Papillote Wilderness Retreat, which is not a spa, but is peaceful and beautiful, with welcoming staff and wonderful hot sulphur pools and waterfalls, which we thoroughly enjoyed.
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