IMG_3364.jpg3 beaches in a day and a delicious lunch. First stop was Carlisle Beach located where Fig Tree drive meets the water. It was a decent beach with some great palms. The resort was pretty quiet.


IMG_3426.jpg After a bit we decided to head up the coast for lunch. Along the way I pulled off on a small road that looked like it led to some ruins. It turned out to be the ruins of a school on a bluff that overlooks Carlisle Bay. Here we met the most friendly grounds keeper, James Philippe, who gave is a tour of the grounds including the church. It was rather amusing when he pointed out a house across the valley that belonged to the woman who was the president of the church organization. She was on her porch who, watching us on our tour. Apparently she is very possessive of her church.


IMG_3501.jpgOur next stop was lunch. Jenn heard about a small, but well-reviewed restaurant called the Sea Lawn something that was on the south coast. We found it by accident and stopped in. The food was excellent and the price was right. I had the stewed chicken with veggies, rice and noodle salad and the family had chicken burgers. After a satisfying meal we headed up the road to Ffryes beach, where Jenn and I had our 10th anniversary vow renewal 2 years ago. It was just as beautiful as before. Crystal clear water and soft white sand and just a handful of other people on the strand. It was a great way to top off the day. After a resupply stop at the Epicurian at Jolly Harbor we headed home.