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Travel Blogs from Holetown
... the prospect of what they might get up to and whether th villa will,survive.
It's bright and sunny again as we begin our walk. Henry is lagging behind as he is taking lots of photographs so it's my turn to help mum navigate the hill.
Phil and Omara are up ahead and seem to have discovered something interesting in the trees. By the time we catch up we've missed it - a hen and her chicks ...
As they pack the rest of us busy ourselves with wedding planning, reading (mum of course) and listening to music. Henry decides to sit in the lounge which we haven't used at all this year.
Before we know it the time has come. We hear Andy's dulcet tone as he lets us know that he is ready and waiting to take Ruth and Malcolm to the airport.
Henry seizes the opportunity to play "leaving on a ...
As we get to the coconut man again Malcolm decides to buy a container of coconut water while Henry and I carry on to Lime Mall to meet our new friend Averil. She's the one who has help me with some introductions to business contacts, but now we're just meeting socially for a drink and chat.
She's a mine of information about Barbados, as she was born and has live here for most of her life. She's well travelled ...
... get the attention of the beach guys - our loungers and umbrellas are set up in no time.
Henry has been encouraging me to go or a jet ski ride with him and negotiates a good deal with one of the guys.
After an initial dip, Ruth and Henry jump onto the ski, because I've chickened out. They're out for 15 minutes end then it's Phil's turn. Ruth says it was scary so I'm glad I didn't go.
Omara and Phil ...
... and I don our sunhats and head out to see what mischief we can get up to.
At the bottom of the hill we decide to cross the road and walk along the beach. Wow. What a sight. As far as we can see there's a stretch of golden sand set against an azure sea. The only problem is that it is jam packed - well there's one other person walking along ahead of us.
For the next few hours we saunter along heading towards Mullins. When we encounter rocks that ...