They’re the best pools, where you don’t have to swim and just drink in the pool and play volleyball. Sandals Jamaica I dig it.
The volleyball is the favoured entertainment of the American visitors.
And if you ask nicely they’ll let you join in.
Be prepared to high five after every winning point.
Of course the Sandals pool allows gentle swimming.
Preferably to the bar in the middle.
Or up to your room if you’re lucky enough to get a swim-up room.
As tempting as it is to spend your entire holiday on the hotel grounds.
And enjoy the restaurants, bars, pools and sea, an island of fun is waiting just outside the gates.
Mine was, and is, Barbados but Sandals is part of island life right throughout the Caribbean.
Integrating your holiday between your hotel, your activities and your day trips will enhance your Caribbean getaway.
So while there are refilled comp mini-bars and Champagne, make sure to refuel at the breakfast bar.
And if you’re out limin’ (pre-drinkin’) then plenty of water.
And dance it off at a Mas (a music party).
At the end of your day out (and you’ll snorkel, swim or do water sport of your choice) you’re back at the Sandals gates.
And drowsy of head (and rum) you’re awakened.
And with a jerk you put your arms straight out and hands together in a volleyball dig manoeuvre.
Set for pool volleyball
You’re replaying your pool volleyball match from the morning.
And practising for the next day’s match.
Although it will be tough as the Americans haven’t left the pool all day.
Jamaica remains my next cab on the rank, and that cab is pointed towards Ochi Beach.
The Butler at your service
Where Sandals Jamaica is offering a stay in a Butler Village Poolside one-bedroom villa suite.
Seven nights luxury included. Travel to Marleyland in June from £2199pp.
Save up to 45% off plus up to an extra £700 booking bonus on select rooms and suites.
British Airways Club World Sale is bookable until September21.
Bring on Sandals Jamaica I dig it!