with hotels and shops on one side and the ocean-
on the other. There are actually 3 streets running the length of the island with homes, apartments and probably lower priced hotels back from the water. There is even an airstrip!
There is a bank, 6 grocery stores, a bakery, numerous restaurants of all caliber and cultures, street vendors, food carts and my favorite-
During the day, I swim, read, go for walks and eat. It's pretty laid back to say the least. During the day, it's about 30 degrees but there is always a breeze that helps. The water is clear and warm and the floor of the ocean is sandy. I've met quite a few people staying at Blue Wave - lots from Canada but so far I haven't met anyone from Saskatchewan.
I ate at Pasta Per Caso, an Italian place that offers one meat and one vegetarian pasta choice as well as a salad that changes nightly. The wine was good but cost $9.33 for 4.5 ounces! I couldn't believe the small quantity in the glass when the waitress brought it out! The food was good but I really liked the lights-
hanging above the tables!
Looking forward to a couple dives tomorrow!