Bogles Round House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
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... their rum on most of the same machinary that the initially built in 1785. It shows. They’re even powered by a waterwheel. The place is amazing and frightening at the same time. Their rum is so high in alcohol content (i.e. explosive) that you aren’t permitted to bring it on a plane. The samples we had vaporized in your ...
... expectation of some possible swells during the crossing which has Len somewhat excited. Perhaps some sea sickness is the weight loss program i need right now!!
Anyway, its Barbados tomorrow and a full day of fun, exploring and more shopping to think about as we bed down for the night to the gentle rolling of the sea which has already put Len to sleep and snoring in sync with the rolling of the ship! He's been such a help with the blog!! NOT.
... with the dinghy.
For some rest, we walk to the top of the island and on the way, we see many iguanas – different from the ones we saw on the Cayman . Elena spots tortoise and we also see a hermit crab. It is just us on the island and the feeling is amazing. We play in the sand, with the waves, looking at beautiful coral shapes on the sand and we are brave enough to go back to the water to see for ...
... fun and our boat went snorkeling and drinking. With no night life here it ended up being an early night for most all. And now today, we sit outside of the Island of Carriacou, which is part of Grenada, meaning we have to clear immigrations and all that. On a boat, you do that by anchoring and raising a yellow quarintine flag. Then the captains of each boat go ashore with all our passports to ...
... Yes, the real locals do eat iguana on some of the islands, in chunks, skin on, in a kind of consommé!! I couldn’t do it if it was a matter of life and death!
We visited 3 of the uninhabited Cays, and my favourite was Petit Tabac, a real desert island featured in Pirates of the Caribbean films. Rumour has it that the wreckage on the beach here is part of a Russian space ship which never made it, discovered by none other than our lovely pirate Harris and as ...