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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 ...
... water. Tea or other spices or flavors can also be added. We were encouraged to try this at home. The rum punch continued to flow as we drove to the Sunbury Plantation, a beautiful historic estate where we had a delicious lunch of flying fish. After lunch we continued our drive through the island, visiting the east coast, called Bathsheba, which is the most visited part of ...
... 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, ...
... was good when Australia beat them and all their fans were walking out halfway into the game.
Met a few of the aussie players at the pub and in the hilton, got an autograph at the ground on a traning ball that I scored.
Done a tour of the island which doesn't take long to get around and seen lots of big mansionsand the beaches here are amazing and crystal blue with white sand.
... I hate planning. I like my trips to be relaxed and without rules. Ok, the only rules being my vacation, my rules. So my tentative plan was to visit Galway, Cork and Killarny. Any specifics were to be figured out when I was there.
The day I was supposed to leave, I got a message from my friend, M, who told me about a volcano eruption in Iceland. He said most flights in Ireland were cancelled. Thinking he was kidding, I made a joke ...