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... caught on quickly and their mom caught on by the end. I, on the other hand, am not a surfer. I don't know what I was thinking given that my klutzy self falls over walking on flat ground, but you never know until you try. By the end of the lesson, I could kneel on the board well, but only ever stayed on my feet for about a second or so before getting smacked in the face by ...
... still dressed in my jeans, red backs, and wool socks. I was not wearing a weather appropriate outfit on account of having to walk around Toronto the night before. Flying in was beautiful since it was super clear out. There was his massive cruise ship docked on the island. It really make be realize how obnoxiously huge cruise ships are. The island looked dwarfed next to it.
Anyway, we were ...
... so although it was only half-six it felt like 10.30pm.
After dinner we returned to the cabin and found that our cases had arrived. We emptied them out, hung everything up, and by that time I was really flagging. We decided to go to bed early, but first we wedged open our balcony door, so we could enjoy the fresh sea air and be lulled by the sound of the waves along the side of the ship as we slept.
The voyage had begun. ...
I am finally here in Barbados. PIctures will come later; I'm still tired from traveling. Yesterday I boarded in Miami and we arrived in Barbados almost right on time around 1:20 pm. It's very warm here, but there is usually a breeze so it isn't too bad. I will need to find a fan for my room because that is very hot without AC.
There were four WU students on the plane and we all caught a taxi to the ...
... down to 2 weeks in Barbados with absolutely nothing to do. This was a bit unsual, and its taken a while to adjust, we've been on the road now for 3 months, but there was always a reason why we were somewhere, wedding, family, sailing, cricket and even site-seeing, but here in Barbados, the thing to do is go to the beach and drink? Now I'm not saying we're not into that, but after now near on 2 months in the Caribbean doing things, now with nothing to do, ...