Stayed here for a week. At first a bit discouraged by the higher prices at some of the restaurants like the breakfast cafe but learned the tricks like using the restaurant next to the dolphin pool for lunch and the coffee shop for a croissant. Beautiful grounds to explore with lots of artwork, it was always easy to find a quiet place to ourselves. Each day we found something new, a quiet nook to watch a sunset, the beach where the sea turtles rest, and the runner who lights the torches at sunset stopping to blow a conch shell at different spots. The dolphin pool provided us with hours of entertainment watching the staff introducing people to the intelligence of these magnificent creatures.
We really appreciated the friendly staff who loved to share with us their favorite spots on the island. It takes about four days to decompress from mainland worries but the environment of the village got us into island mode making it hard to leave.More