Carib Blue Apartment Hotel
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... The people of Barbados definitely made my stay one of the most pleasurable. I have made some true friends there in the short time i passed by, and now i understand why people keep going back there, year after year.
Austin was right when he called it the "jewel of the Caribbean". From the vibes i felt there, the delicious fish i ate, and the people i hung out with, i felt like i was in Paradise! I couldn't have wished for a better start to 2015. Give Thanks! ...
... We hung out at the pool a bit then Rob and I went exploring and found the grocery store. We grabbed a few more things then headed back, relaxed a bit then got dinner together. Marjorie was on the money- the chicken was great! She told Rob and Robbie she would make them fish for lunch tomorrow.
We just relaxed and the boys hit the pool one more time.
All in all a great day!
... got my picture taken with monkeys, I was also approached by a man who just started putting aloe on me, and when I asked how much it cost, of course he said 5 dollars, so I started to walk away and he begged for 2, so I gave in and I gave him 2. I felt bad. Everything that's happened to me has been an experience, whether fun or just plain weird!
For example, I had an experience with both fun and weird when I went to Dominica on my ...
... buildings for all sorts of reasons in and around the city.
We spent our time in Bridgetown on foot viewing its old colonial English charm and listening to clipped English spoken with a Caribbean edge. Cricket is the passion here and many street names are very English (although check out the pics, we thought we'd found Avan's lane! (really Cavan's Lane)
AIDS seems to be ...
... caught up in any women clothes stores and even better there is no Marks and Spencers here. Wandering through the streets and then back across the harbour bridge we stopped to try some fresh coconut water, they sell the young coconuts whole and slice the top off with a machete, you then drink the water with a straw. I wasn’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 ...