Sunset Crest - Rival Enterprises
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... out a small bit of sand as our own.
It was wonderful! The snorkeling was very good and we were in the water for about an hour. Got out and watched 2 large catamarans pull up in front of us. You know you've picked a good spot if this is where the boat tours stop. We were cozy in our spot, and once I was dry I decided to get back in the water. It was just great! I've included one of my photos of a large school of blue Tangs.
All too soon, ...
Henry had decided that today is the day for him to take charge of making breakfast. It's omelettes all round and they're delicious. That's it, he's on breakfast duty for the rest of the holiday.
We decide to visit the Mount Gay Distillery to pay homage to the place that produces the nectar that has us smiling, singing and dancing in the streets.
Ruth and Malcolm decide that sun worship is the order of ...
... br> My tour, Barbados Natural Wonders, left at 12:30, a bit awkward timing for lunch. I got to the pool grill just as they opened at 12, and was soon on the way to meet my tour. The main attraction was the Andromeda Botanical Garden, but we spent most of our time on the bus on a slow but very scenic crossing of the island. Barbados was formed by the action of shifting tectonic plates, and is quite mountainous and rugged, yet supports a variety ...
... he was very good. We soon discovered he was a better musician than comedian; most of his jokes had made me fall out of my cradle laughing. He was mildly amusing, however.
Then we finished the night doing what we were to do every night of this cruise; go along to the Skylark Club for the quiz. We met up with Colin and Liz who joined us for a couple of drinks.
Afterwards it was off to bed, once again with the balcony doors wedged open. ...
... think if they knew they were snorkeling in the middle of ocean worms? LOL.
Free rum (I'm getting to like this stuff) on the beach, music, dancing etc (an older crowd so not crazy or out of hand), then back to the ship. All good things have to come to an end. I only realized it when boarding my ship when I discovered my iPhone missing :-( I have to say I'm pretty crushed. It was one thing when I lost the last one (that was my fault), but this just feels bad. *&$%#