Returned with all family (14) for another week in Paradise. If you get a coffee and sit by the water's edge you will never tire of the changing views. Glorious yachts, motor yachts, smiling families or couples in golf buggies cruising down Front Street passing the deli, bakery, art gallery, pharmacy, restaurants, general store, the pub, ice-cream parlour, the post office and not forgetting Trader Pete's.
This is the busiest part of the island but also the most entertaining. Overseas tourists ignore the requests not to feed the cockatoos, taking 'photos and tempting the birds with food until eventually their lunch disappears skyward. Day-trippers or island guests taking a cruise travel back and forward on large boats all day, the yachties spend time sitting around in the cafes catching up with one-another or replenishing their supplies at the general store. There is never a dull moment.
It's a joy to see the water pristine clean, fish swimming between the huge yachts and cruisers, sea-gulls squalking as they prowl the piers looking for food.
Chartered M.V. Älani to take us over to Hayman Island for the day. Very spacious and skippered by a great guy, Colin.
Close walk to many apartments or villas. A great location for lots of reasons.
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