from p&o azura cruise 4 of us took $8 taxi ride to cgb,walked from one end to the other, middle half is a bit packed with sunbeds,so we spent morning at far end on sand,not much to see with snorkel at this end but pelicans dive into water very close to you.for lunch at beach restaurant i had conch fritters,shrimp rice and red stripe-heaven!.after lunch we went to first part of beach [before jetty]on sand again but we like it,SNORKEL out about 75 feet to oval marker bouy that is tied to a sunken crane and pontoon-this atracts a good number of fish good variety & up to 2feet long, wreck can be seen from beach as a dark rectangle.this saved the snorkel expedition.before we arrived at cgb our driver took us to falmouth bay for a quick look around [worth it] and on return journey we picked some people up at brewers bay which is next door to cgb. this also looks a likely snorkel spot . we would go there next time for a change ! it doesnt really get much better than this -now we know why all the royals go to mustique & caribbean at this time of year,it cant really be beaten, [ps we had 30 degrees !-just right]
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