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Nisbet/Nevis/T& C confusion

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Hi all,

I've read that the beaches are not great on Nevis. It's my first trip and honeymoon to the Carribean and for the money I'm spending, I want a guarantee of a quiet,beach area with no kids. Nevis sounds like just the place, but the beach is not that great? We were thinking of staying at Nisbet and driving to Pinneys beach. Is P-Beach nice? What color is the water? How long by car?

The other option is Turkasn Caico. The beach sounds wonderful and we are thinking of the Coral Gardens. But we wanta guarantee that it will be quiet. In those conods, do you hear the other people on top of you or to the side of you? My fiance and I want total privacy.

Sorry for all the questions, and I am nreally not as picky as I sound--only when I am spending a lot of $$$$

If you rather email me: jilllaurie@hotmail.com

Thanks!

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