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More Accessibility

Today’s picture shows you the newly enhanced Condo #101. We’ve added extra accessibility as a smooth concrete sloped-access now leads from the Ocean-front footpath, onto the large raised patio of the Unit.

Whilst Castro’s Hideaway (The Reef Resort’s own restaurant) and Castro’s Beach Bar were designed with access for wheelchair users, we’re always keen to improve the quality of freedom and mobility for all, and know that this will be a welcome addition.

Oh, and if you think it looks a little less bright than usual today – check out the quality of our clouds! They’re beautiful, displaying lots of silver linings – and that’s what a cloud is best for after all!

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3 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    Posted October 3, 2005 at 10:03 am | Permalink

    Are the severely damaged units all fixed now? I dont see the railing between units or the flower pots there. Any other minor changes to the newly rebuilt units on the ground floor? (I’m 102)

  2. TomCayman
    Posted October 3, 2005 at 11:03 am | Permalink

    Yes, they were all fixed by January :)

    We have removed the flower pots, as, despite being amazingly heavy, they all got moved around in the Hurricane and caused damage.

    They have been replaced by railings, except on Unit 101, where the railing has been removed to facilitate accessibility on this particular unit

  3. Anonymous
    Posted October 20, 2005 at 12:49 pm | Permalink

    We just stayed in 101 and it looked great – same or better than the last time there in 2003. The staff has done an unbelievable job.

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