Good for: Solo
This great little poolside bar at Ocean's 11 is a hangout for locals and tourists alike. Offering an array of cocktails, beers and drinks at reasonable prices, alongside occasional entertainment - karaoke is a favourite.
Oliver's has a very laid back atmosphere and its a great place to chat with locals - try discussing the cricket and you'll have a lively conversation!
Cocktails cost BS$10 during my visit in February 2009.
Dress Code: Casual but shirts are required.Related to:
- Budget Travel
If you're staying in one of the hotels which have kitchenettes or in self-catering accommodation in the Dover area, this is a great place to stock up on some of the essentials. This (super)market also offers some hot dishes although I never got chance to try any of them as they were always sold out when I stopped in - always a good sign, though.
What to buy: Any staples you might want during your holiday including cereal, bread, milk, eggs, etc.
What to pay: Prices are about average forRelated to:
Dover Beach facilities have a selection of shops at their seaside shopping area. The shops here are geared towards the tourists selling a selection of crafts, clothing and souvenirs. Prices are more reasonable than at the Chattel House Village but are still not some of the cheapest you can get - the street vendors in the area are best for prices. Unfortunately, during my visit (February 2009) a number of these stalls were empty.
What to buy: The souvenirs are quite well priced but its worth walking around the stalls to find the best prices.
What to pay: About average on some items, more expensive on others.Related to:
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