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... blue stripe busses are private - running the same routes as the others for the same price - but they get paid by passenger. THAT explained why they were kind of hustling to get people on.
After several passed by, we got on a yellow bus.
OMG!! It was like riding the Night Bus in a Harry Potter movie!! You got on and before you could think, you were zooming down the road. We flung ourselves into a seat, gave a guy $1 each. He put it in a bowl ...
Today Henry, Malcolm, Ruth, Phil and I decide to walk from the hut to Holetown while mum and Omara stay behind to relax.
As always it's hot and we find ourselves strolling slowly through Westmorland and on to Holetown.
There's a brisk shower, which brings short relief from the heat. We notice some wonderful plants and flowers on the way, none of which we know the names of. But they're beautiful.
Slept in this morning, until around 9am; woke to watch us maneouver into the dock. Two large cruise ships plus one sail-cruise ship were in port ahead of us – cruise ship arrivals into Bridgetown are no longer an interesting event. The locals used to come out with picnics to watch them arrive; not anymore.
I had some work-work to do this morning, so we took advantage of the late departure to take care of that. Too bad that I have to do it while on holiday, ...
... to go into to Bridgetown to pick up an Ipad for Ralph's upcoming 88th birthday. We decided it would be fun to accompany Judy on the errand, as well as follow her into Bridgetown. It's virtually impossible to get around anywhere directly, so this was our opportunity to ease into B-town and see the few sites we had read about there. Moira rode with Judy, and her husband, Bill, rode with Kim and me in case we got separated.
As soon as we started ...
... pretty early and some of the old ***** had queue-jumping down to a fine art. You could see the looks of determination on their faces as they strode purposefully towards "their" usual seat, and as soon as a better seat was vacated (for example, by some of the dancing couples going to dinner) then they were up and into that seat! I mean, is it really worth spending your holiday queueing just to see a little 45 minute cabaret?!