Sunset Crest - Rival Enterprises
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... took a minivan along the narrow two lane Bay Road to the bus terminal, passing the racetrack which is on tap for tomorrow afternoon.
First big attraction was the world's only remaining screw dock, the Blackwoods Screw Dock, built in the 1890's [I'll be vague as I saw various years]. Ships would enter and then be lifted for the purposes of removing barnacles. The engine was an English one from near the home district of the Transplants.
Disaster! My ...
... a tour.
They picked us up at the port and got us to the boat in like 10 minutes or so.
It was a nice boat and the two man crew were extremely customer friendly!
During the trip they served us sandwiches, rum and ice cold beers.
It was a 4 hour tour and they tried everything to sooth our thirst for caching something, everything from changing bait to running the boat at different ...
... me to "cook like a black woman" when she as here last year!
As you would expect the last supper is a massive feast. As well as the stuff mentioned earlier there's rice and peas, macaroni pie, chips, salad, warm bread and roasted sweet potatoes.
Everything is delicious but Ruth's macaroni pie is the star for me. Unfortunately we don't have any room left for the apple pie and ice cream! It also goes without saying ...
... monkey pics but just in case he is I overdid the primate photography once again. Imported from Senegal and The Gambia, these furry critters spend most of their time irritating the homeowners in the tonier sections of Barbados. And speaking of tony, Don T wanted to drop in on the local high end golf course to see what he was missing out on- he had tried to parlay his B.C. golf course membership into a discounted rate on ...
... and the city’s main bus station.
The inside of the bus station is a beehive of people traveling on the island’s main form of rapid transportation to all parts of this island nation. Since automobiles are not as popularly owned as in the United States, the bus is a most used link of the transportation system that services the island. On the outside of the bus terminal are small kiosks that serve fast food and beverages for the travelers. Here among the wooden chairs ...