As island kids are sitting back in class, I hope they are looking back on their summer memories with fondness as we are. We had quite a busy summer at Fleur de Lys and TC Millwork. In June the millshop moved into a brand new space, a bright and lofty building we made our own with Caribbean classic louvered windows and giant mahogany doors. In July the villa welcomed a large British family, long time dear friends of island neighbors, who enjoyed a splendid four weeks on holiday. One of their two young boys learned to swim during their stay so many hours were spent both in the pool, and in the ocean, splashing about with his new skill. Snorkel masks and fins were soon added to the new swimmer and a whole new world of fish and sea creature wonderment was opened. There was curiosity on land as well. This incredibly vibrant lizard paid a brief villa visit, just long enough for the family to take several fantastic photos.
Image courtesy of N.G.
In August we had the pleasure of having a group of ladies from Colorado and Oklahoma stay at the villa. This fun, all-girl group was up for anything. Their to do list included home made breakfasts, snorkeling within Princess Alexandra National Park, stylish dinners out, and the infamous glow worm cruise! Here they are in action at the O’Soleil restaurant at the Somerset and enjoying the glow worm cruise under a full moon.
Images courtesy of Tammy Millington
” . . . our stay at your gorgeous villa. It was the perfect spot for us to relax – I hope to return someday!”
We hope to have you return again too, thank you for your stay ladies!