Nov 19th, 2010
Tiamo is truly a remarkable and beautiful place. It is very evident
that a lot of planning went into the refurbishment and decor. (It is
under new ownership and they have done amazing things!)
The cottages are lovely…restful retreats (for those who retreat). We
loved being able to go to sleep at night with the doors wide open, the
curtains billowing, the waves quietly lapping and the palms clicking.
In the morning there was no need for an alarm…the birds woke us.
I enjoyed ALL the activities…swimming, sailing, snorkeling, a nature
walk and swimming in the blue hole, learning to fish, going fun-
fishing…everything. Bob fished, sailed and relaxed.
The staff is exceptional..friendly, solicitous, anticipating and
kindly providing for any needs at meals or at any time…
Food…what can we say? They have the most amazing chef ever!
We cannot truly think of any time when we have had a weeklong feast on
the level, taste and presentation that he and his assistants provided.
Our fishing guide, Darrin, was a pleasure to be with. Such patience to
deal with two such probably exasperatingly novice bonefishers. (I a
novice flyfisher person altogether!) We were so grateful for his
expertise and kindness. Bonefishing is challenging but so exciting.
The guides there really know where to take their clients…according
to ability, weather, sun/clouds, wind, etc.
It was enjoyable to meet people from different places and have
opportunities to share some activities. The number of guests is
limited to 20 I think. There were 13 of us there at the time. There
was plenty of time to be private too. Wonderful chaise lounges on the
We would go back in a heartbeat… Bob and I had an absolutely
Thank you for helping us to arrange this trip, Brian!
Cris and Bob (Polk)