Re: H10 Paradise Island
Date: October 05, 2007 01:34PM
I think as said above by Celtygirl that as far as most of this forums readers are concerned most are strongly in favour of mixing with locals or mainland spanish at restaurants, hotels etc. Previous comments about too many spanish or to0 much fish were made in sarcasm as most share your views on the elements of island visitors who don't want to enjoy new experiences in food and culture.
My own comments about Paradise Island being predominantly spanish was a statement based on what I have seen when visiting. Apologies if it was misunderstood as a negative point. The only thing seperating our villa and the hotel reception is the road and an undeveloped building plot and it is always surprising how little we can hear from the complex, even in August when judging by how busy the pool area was it must have been close to capacity. I am therefore very happy with this situation Also my 3 year old son seems to prefer playing with the spanish children, the language difference doesn't create a barrier, perhaps as they are still trying to get to grips with their own.