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... day. We had a couple of stops for snorkeling, one of the crew jumping in and guiding us to the best spots... he was a gorgeous (I want to say) local guy with long dreds, a stunning smile and a happy cheeky personality. After I'd swam out to see the turtle everyone else was still snorkeling and I decided to swim back to the boat... I swam and swam and kept looking up but the boat seemed to be getting further and further away, at one point I had a little panic that ...
... the menu daily.
Went to Zeds surfing adventure for 2 lessons, stood up on every wave I caught, which is such a rush
Atlantis submarine dive
went out to the submarine on a boat, went down to 150ft to see the coral and the sea floor, as well as a wreck of a ship covered in life. Night time dives show up amazing colours on the reef. We saw lots of fish and thousands of baby squid are attracted ...
... move and stumble across a possible location called Porter's Gate. It's nice, but we've seen other places we like better.
We did find a possible site for a restaurant where Malcolm and Ruth could fulfill their dream. It's a large place with lovely grounds and living accommodation above. It will take some fixing up though.
When we get back we find out that the asking price is 13 million BD$. Maybe the dream will have to be on hold until ...
... plush cinema at the Limegrove complex complete with waiter service to your chair.
On one of our final days we snorkelled at Carlisle Bay where three shipwrecks lay meters below the surface. We were lucky enough to see a couple of sea turtles and swim with them for a while.
Overall a very relaxing time and a good insight into Caribbean life. Thanks to our wonderful hosts for feeding the smelly travellers.
On to NYC!
... has been to Barbados a couple of times before, once as a starting point for a transatlantic voyage, and on a short holiday in 2010. He remembered a lovely restaurant from his latter visit, but in true DB style didn't recall the name of the place, or indeed the location. You can imagine the cab driver's horror .... or delight. $80 later we arrive on "the right street .... I think". 20 mins of entering and ...