The estate also boasts beautiful nature trails and a very secluded black sand beach. The estate is open to the public (for a small donation — $5 USD) and you can spend the day hanging out at the estate, picnicking near the tranquil lily pond, roaming around the old sugar mill or swimming in the ocean and lounging on the beach. Uta, the owner, is always on the property and can tell you the most fascinating stories about her history and world travels. Her daughter Anitanja handles operations around the estate but also designs some beautiful all-natural jewelry that is on display in the estate. If you can, try to make a reservation to stay for dinner. All of the dishes are prepared by Anitanja, who cooks using all local produce grown on property, and fresh fish and meat from local vendors.
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