Carib Blue Apartment Hotel
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... when i would get there.
So after this little delay, i was finally able to step out into the nice warm Caribbean environment. I love that feeling of warm air and relaxed vibes you get landing in a tropical country, specially when you're coming in from the cold. I hopped in a taxi and 15 minutes later i was in front of Silverpoint Hotel and Mark came to my rescue. He was very kind and welcoming from the start. he handed me the keys, not even ...
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Two recent discoveries indicate that London could be much older than previously thought. In 1999, the remains of a Bronze Age bridge were found on the Thames foreshore. This bridge either crossed the Thames, or went to a lost island in the river. The timbers date to 1500 BC.
In 2010 ...
It feels as if we are waiting forever and then they finally arrive. It's Phil's first trip to Barbados and so far he's very impressed.
We strongly encourage them to have a rest because we're off to The Cliff for dinner and with the 5 hour time difference they will be struggling to stay awake. But they're too excited and spend the afternoon chatting and getting into the place which means ...
... to which we are becoming accustomed.
After a super three hours our lady taxi driver came and collected us and brought us back to the port. There was a most opulent yacht tied up next to Aurora - Tatoosh which has just about everything on board including a helicopter. It is owned by the chap who now runs Microsoft and is for sale - it's only £162m!!
Now looking forward to the next stop which is Curaçao on ...
... 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 ...