restaurant by the sea in Speightstown
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restaurant by the sea in Speightstown

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A: Lunch with my brother

by Daniel Christaldi, 200 meters away

Lunch with my brother

B: Speighstown Esplanade 2

by Daniel Christaldi, 280 meters away

Speighstown Esplanade 2

C: St. Peter Parrish church

by Daniel Christaldi, 300 meters away

St. Peter Parrish church

D: Driftwood near Haywoods beach

by Daniel Christaldi, 740 meters away

Driftwood near Haywoods beach

E: Haywoods Beach (south end)

by Daniel Christaldi, 790 meters away

Haywoods Beach (south end)

F: Mullins Beach activity

by Daniel Christaldi, 1.6 km away

Mullins Beach activity

G: Port Ferdinand construction site

by Daniel Christaldi, 2.0 km away

Port Ferdinand construction site

H: Port Ferdinand construction site - dredging

by Daniel Christaldi, 2.0 km away

Port Ferdinand construction site - dredging

I: Smitons Bay

by Daniel Christaldi, 2.9 km away

Smitons Bay

J: Caprice patio

by Daniel Christaldi, 3.4 km away

Caprice patio

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