Yes.... with a proviso - There is a 400 yard downhill cement path in mediocre condition. By my recollection you could wheel down to the dock. You would need to be a wheelchair athlete of substance, brave on the way down and... เพิ่มเติม
Yes.... with a proviso - There is a 400 yard downhill cement path in mediocre condition. By my recollection you could wheel down to the dock. You would need to be a wheelchair athlete of substance, brave on the way down and cardiovascular achiever on the way home. Alternatively you would want a buddy who could push you up hill maybe rising 150 ft in 400 or so yards. There is a small beach and a dock. If you have some mobility maybe you could jump off the dock, swim up to the beach and get a helper to get you settled back in the chair.
I wouldn't recommend this for elderly or severely disabled. It would be a significant effort and an adventure.
I identify with this in some way, I spent 2 yrs or so on crutches. I am relatively hearty, and didn't go to Admiralty Park. I did jump into pools and walk around with my frame on. So... take above as a possible. have a helper make the walk first and give you advice.
There are two paths. One has stairs that maybe tou can not avoid. The other is an old roadway with no stairs but quite broken up concrete. I would take the old road. It is off of the parking lot. The stairs are behind the Bermuda Sub Aqua Club building. The club never bothered with a fitness test. If you carried your dive kit up and down the stairs, you were fit.
I say all this by way of warning, or encouragement if you really want an adventure.
One review stated to take a ferry straight from the cruise ship dock. Does the ferry take you straight to Admiralty? Does the ferry return hourly or for you if requested? We have a group of nine, can we ride together? Any other info would be wonderful!
6 กุมภาพันธ์ 2017|
คำตอบจาก Miguel S|
How far from Admiralty Park to Deep Bay Beach? Best way to get there and worth going? Thanks for any information!