Easter Egg-Hunting at Caribbean Villas
Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
Caribbean Villas was the place for families to enjoy sailing, live music, barbeque and good family fun. A highlight of the weekend included an Easter Egg-Hunting to yield scores of delicious candies for the sweet-toothed children of La Isla Bonita. Easter egg hunts entail employing clever camouflages to bury, cover and hide-in-plain-sight colorful candies for eagle-eyed children to find and enjoy. Island egg-hunting can be a little more challenging, what with the ants/bugs and bigger critters eager to find easy snacks. And let’s not forget the sand getting in the candy wrappers! So, the Easter Bunny got smart at Caribbean Villas, and with the help of his bunny army, hid colorful sticks every which way that little Easter hunters could find and cash in for loads of candy.
Divided into age groups, children sought the colorful craft sticks that were half-buried in sand, stuck on leaves, littering the trail and even in small puddles, squealing with excitement when they located a particularly elusive stick. Armed with handfuls of their find, they marched back to the table set up on the beach, ready to claim their prizes. Bags full of candy filled eager hands, and every child was happy (and very sticky) by the end of the big hunt. It was certainly a sweet, happy Easter for them!
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