|Surrender in Paradise|
I have been to paradise... even for just a couple of days. Going there is hard but leaving it is much, much harder. I only have good things to say about Port Barton and I feel that even what I say would not justify the beauty of the place. It is paradise in its simplest sense.
|Al Fresco to the Nth Power|
Port Barton is essentially a one-road town where the jungle drops precipitously into the bay. And as Reader's Digest would define it, it is the kind of place where after just a few strolls down the beach you feel you don't want to share the tranquility with outsiders.
The word tranquility hits the spot. Every period of the day is a scene waiting to unfold. From the rising of the sun coming from the mountains and forests to the setting of the sun right in front of the beach where you may either lie or sit waiting.
|Morning Has Broken|
And in between sunrise and sunset, the laidback atmosphere of the place will either induce you to sleep or do moderate activities like strolling into into its white-sanded beach or hut-hopping at its friendly community. Or if you are interested in other beach activities, it also offers Island-Hopping and snorkling to guests.
|The Other Side|