Island Inn Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... girl enough time and space to come down when she was ready. We went on to dive all 5 wrecks over 77 minutes. I think it was one of my favourite dives ever because there was such a wie variety of fish life over the different wrecks and the sand around. Hopefully I got some good pictures using my GoPro.
When we came up and back on the boat we were given some water and a snack and waited around until it was safe to go to our next site. The next site was Lobster Reef ...
... a fantastic dive with so much life. The ship was covered in coral and their were a range of fish living around it. It was deep dive reaching depths of about 30m and we stayed down for about 37 minutes and then we resurfaced and headed back to the shop to swap tanks over.
I was asked what I wanted to see and I told them I would love to see turtles. They said if I was luckily we might on the second dive but they would try ...
... up or wind back and forth. Either way, backing down a long steep road while being chased by barking dogs, we've found, can be quite tricky. Climbing up gives a wonderful view of sailboats in the harbour and little sandy beaches and everywhere lime green, orange and yellow; the colours of the flag. With patriotic zeal everyone paints everything; telephone poles, curbs, rocks and walls in their three favourite colours. Another reason you have to love the ...
Up at 7.00 AM and in the restaurant for breakfast at 08.15. Being a change of venue I opted for porridge as a change. Food OK but atmosphere not the same as at dinner. We arrived at the disembarkation gangway just after 9.00 to be greeted by torrential rain, just right for garden visits. Made our way to Gate one, found our dinner ...
... various and spectacular. After the garden tour, we go back to his house and gift shop for rum punch made with his own rum. (It does seem like every other person on the island is busy distilling his own brand of Barbados moonshine.)
When we get back on the bus, it is raining again; Mona keeps on talking. The past three days she has shared enormous amounts of information (and possibly some misinformation). Today's subject is ...