Roger alerted us that his review would be mostly negative. He needed internet constantly to follow his money markets, and apparently he did not read the description of what we did disclose we have, which is a USB modem, obviously requiring a USB port. My apologies that we had inadvertently checked to box for "Wi-Fi" when we should have checked "Internet", which we have corrected.
But, it is not true that Roger paid us $5 a trip to go to the free Wi-Fi at so many beach spots. We were very sorry for Roger's inconvenience, and we went the extra miles to drive him to the beach at least five times without charging him at all. We also gave him a free ride to his bus upon his departure, specifically to compensate him for his frustration with the internet access.
As to the description of the suite, we find that to be quite misleading. The spacious studio (30' x 35'), is decorated with beautiful hardwood carved and decorated furniture, with an Oriental rug and two large dressers, one with full mirror. There is a locally made wooden love seat with cushions on the veranda, and we imported two anti-gravity chairs so guests can kick back on the patio or inside the apartment. Most visitors are in awe or the beauty of the place and the decor, the fresh breezes and the view up in the trees, to include a portion of sea view. The bath has a full walk in bath and shower and is completely tiled. The kitchen decorated with natural wood locally made cabinetry and is fully equipped, with stainless steel pots, all eating utensils, down to the coffee grinder and French press, and there is a 4-burner propane stove and new fridge.
We were so gratified to have our most recent guests arrive, because they were so happily surprised with the beauty, and that's what we are used to, so look out for the next and likely contrasting review. As to the TV, we lost our large flat screen TV to a power surge after a storm last summer. We could not find the right replacement parts even in Kingston, so I will be looking for them in the US and then next season the larger TV should be back in action. At least we replaced the larger TV a smaller one, instead of none. Another correction, there are two light fixtures on the back veranda, plus one on each side. A couple bulbs were out (sorry), but if Roger had made mention of it, we would have replaced them, and have now done so. For half the month, the moon makes the place almost bright as day. so we and often our guests prefer to go with the natural light outside when possible. Candles are not ineffective if you are light sensitive prefer them to the glare of bright electric lights. You will find that we are very responsive as hosts, but if you need something, it is best to ask.