More Floyds Pelican bar!
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As promised on the first page, here are a few more images of Floyd’s Pelican Bar to try and give you the feel of this unusual establishment.
It’s called the Pelican Bar as there are many, many pelicans roosting in the shallows of the reef, and flying by.
The following photo was taken of a pelican flying by while we were sitting on the sundeck at Floyd’s. Pelicans came by often – close up and personal – looking for scraps from the “kitchen” perhaps.
Over the years since it was last rebuilt, folks have visited Floyd’s Pelican Bar from all over the world. Almost very surface inside the bar is festooned with carved initials, or hand-signed boards, walls, flags and what have you.
Flags from many nations adorn the walls, and each has been signed many times.
Meantime, our meal is cooking on the charcoal in the “kitchen” of Floyd’s Pelican Bar.
Still time for a quick swim, and another cold one.
And, despite the long wait and rustic amenities, lunch was delicious. They have two dishes as mentioned, so we each had a different one. Both equally good.
After a wonderful lunch, another swim in the warm waters, another or perhaps two cool beverages (we were not driving) after all, we are getting ready to leave Floyd’s Pelican Bar.
As you head down to the boat, watch your step!
Our chariot is here and ready to boat us back to the mainland, a few-hundreds of yards from the stairs.
It’s awkward to get to, there are no comfort stations to be found, yet we wouldn’t have missed our visit to Floyd’s Pelican Bar in Jamaica.
We suggest you don’t either.