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... right off our beach for a few hrs and there were tons of fish. We also saw a water snake, we think poisionous, and an eel. I did manage one fish caught, too small to keep. As we sipped some rum and cokes , V was casting a line out and saw a sea turtle. There were tons of sea turtle eggs washed up and around the beach so we're keeping our eyes out. Our deep sea trip was pushed til Thursday so tomorrow we'll play in the water, get more sun burnt, and work on the bottle of captain ...
Barbados!! We hired a taxi for 2 hours. He first took us to the Mt Gay rum distillery for a tasting. Great way to start. The first one was clear and tasted like rubbing alcohol. The rest became more and more smooth, like fine whiskey. Island is 24 miles x14 miles. It was much prettier than the other islands we've seen. Driver talked ...
... One very friendly woman gave us some information about the organic farmers market and encouraged us to visit it on Sunday morning. She admonished us to make sure that we wear proper walking shoes to get there. Henry was reprimanded when he suggested that he would be fine in his sandals.
All he could do was smile and agree to do as he was told.
After a thirst quencher at Surfside ...
... thin (yep, me!) and way, way more... ahem, globally aware than I thought possible. And again, I did meet some great people and had a great time. Suffice to say, I didn't meet them in the queues at the hamburger and fries counter, the all-night buffet or at the casino pokies!
So, first day in Barbados I set out with some preconceived ideas of what the Caribbean had to offer, but was quite disappointed, at least between the beaches. ...
... and decided to go somewhere else on our way back to the ship. On the way, however, there was another massive downpour and we were forced to seek refuge in another bar, whether we wanted to or not :-)
The bar was full of Brits and Americans, off the cruise ships, who'd also come in for shelter from the rain. One thing about the Caribbean though - even when it rains, it's still warm, unlike Britain where it's just ...