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Edition January 2002
HILARY ROOTS (or Cleo)
Happy New Year and best wishes for new discoveries.
A six-star floating hotel.

One of the world’s finest cruise ships, the Silver Shadow, called at Isle of Pines on January 8th.

The 180 passengers and a large number of the 269-member crew were delighted at the welcome they received ashore and impressed by the island’s natural charms.

The Silver Shadow, built a year ago in Genoa, Italy, is part of a fleet of luxury cruise ships belonging to the American company, Silversea. It will continue cruising Australia and New Zealand during the Southern Hemisphere summer, before heading to Athens in April.

Another Silversea ship, the Silver Cloud, is scheduled to call at Isle of Pines towards the end of the year.

 

New accommodation at Oro.

A small complex featuring four bungalows (two twinned) and a snack bar-cum-restaurant has just opened at Oro, on the island’s East coast.

The Gîte Chez Régis (Regis’ Resort) is situated on the edge of the waterway leading to the well-known natural pool.

Traditional materials — wood and thatching, have been used to create an aesthetic atmosphere in a peaceful setting.

 

Eco-tourism and a family welcome.

A new camping ground has just begun operating at Roller Bay, the pristine, white sand beach, adjacent to Kuto Bay. Camping des Rouleaux is its name - meaning ‘rollers’ camping’.

Attractive, basic facilities include electricity, shower and toilet block, fire places and thatched, covered tables looking out to sea.

The owners, Gaby and Christine, can host either individual campers or groups. Gaby is also willing to introduce visitors to fishing and other nature discoveries.

 

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