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... but we planned to meet so we could go to Las Ramblas for tapas (this is one of the free food options onboard). After here we all headed off to the casino where Heather, Tim and I settled in to the blackjack table for a fun hour or so and Rodd kept bringing Heather and I glasses of water to go with the bottle of wine (or 2) we had! Heather and Tim headed off to the show at Stardust and Rodd and I ended up at the sports bar where Rodd proceeded to down 8 B52 shots, ...
... the nicest things we've eaten so far. They can definitely come on holiday with us again.
Do you get the feeling that our days revolve around food and drink?
After dinner we settle down to watch a film - Men in Black. I'm the first to head to bed before the film ends - all that heat, food and drink has finished me off and I need to rest so that I can do it all again tomorrow. This is the life
... t keen but Claire liked it. Worth a try though. While we were sipping our coconut another Brit asked the guy on the stall how much a coconut was, he was outraged at $2.50 and walked away, that works out at about 75p scandalous!!!
From Bridgetown we drove over to the airport for our supersonic experience. They have one of the Concordes here and have guided tours. We didn’t know exactly what to expect but it was really good. ...
... to Guyana.
Barbados is a very beautiful island with the most amazing beaches on every coast, I don’t think anywhere else had these continuous beautiful beaches whether they were gentle and clear or wild and majestic. The people here too were warm, friendly and fun and in fact they reminded us of the Irish, they love to talk and they love to have a laugh so we really enjoyed our time here in ...
... so we agreed to stop on the way back. Instead we continued north, through the rain, maneuvering tight turns and steep inclines. We stopped at St John's church, which was originally built in 1650 or so. It stands sentinel on the top of a hill, protecting parishioners from all directions. I guess you just never know from where a sin might come. The old church had an amazing pipe organ, but most endearing were the doves in the belfry, whose cooing ...