Sweetfield Manor Historic Bed & Breakfast
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... out a small bit of sand as our own.
It was wonderful! The snorkeling was very good and we were in the water for about an hour. Got out and watched 2 large catamarans pull up in front of us. You know you've picked a good spot if this is where the boat tours stop. We were cozy in our spot, and once I was dry I decided to get back in the water. It was just great! I've included one of my photos of a large school of blue Tangs.
All too soon, ...
Henry had decided that today is the day for him to take charge of making breakfast. It's omelettes all round and they're delicious. That's it, he's on breakfast duty for the rest of the holiday.
We decide to visit the Mount Gay Distillery to pay homage to the place that produces the nectar that has us smiling, singing and dancing in the streets.
Ruth and Malcolm decide that sun worship is the order of ...
With plans for a day in port, I planned on walking on land and did only a brief walk on deck, becoming aware I had missed sunrise today as we arrived in the harbor. This was my second time in Barbados, coming on the Wind Surf in 2009, with another trip planned next year on the Prinsendam (docked across from us today).
My tour was in the afternoon, so I walked in to the center of town passing the slave monument and continuing briefly to Heros ...
... this blog. We are going to show a few general photos of us on the island, but then we will each present several photos that we took on the tour and that we would like to share with you.
On the last hunt for Dan, our niece Lisa was the first to locate Dan in St. Lucia. Congratulations.
Today we look for Dan at the Port where he is waiting for today’s tour. Find him and join us for a rewarding day dedicated to taking photos as interesting ...
... from the Rhondda Valley in Wales, and Paul and Lyn Foster from Devon. Tonight was to be the first of many enjoyable evenings spent in their company. As ever, the food in the restaurant was excellent and very well presented and served. I tried hard not to eat too much! :-)
Then it was off to the show lounge for tonight's cabaret; Scottish comedy entertainer Ron Dale. He came onto the stage in full Scottish dress playing the bagpipes ...