The restaurant at Biras Creek was open air, so we always got some nice tropical breezes blowing on us while we were eating. All three meals a day were included in our package. You could wear a tee shirt and shorts or your bathing suit for breakfast or lunch, but at dinner they required men to wear a collared shirt and dress pants, while woman could wear appropriate 'resort wear'. The food was spectacular.
Emily at breakfast
Barry at breakfast
Every afternoon they served tea, scones, and cookies in the Arawak Room, which like most other gathering places was an open air building. We always enjoyed stopping off on our way to another activity to have a little snack. I really loved the scones!
One of Emily's lobster dinners
Our last night's dinner
Emily with the coconut-mango pancakes we both had for breakfast our last morning there
My birthday dessert - a chocolate tart with ice cream - and a candle! I guess if they had put all 50 candles on it, the ice cream would have melted.
We dined with our friends David and Carol from Philidelphia, and in this photo, you can see the desserts we enjoyed our last night there. Carol is holding the plate of 'bonus' desserts. We got an additional bite-sized portion of a dessert each night.
We took a picture of us before going to dinner each night using the self-timer on the camera. Here are these photos.