All Seasons Resort Europa
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Babysitting service
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Yeah man! No worries be happy! No trains! Swimming snorkelling sailing with Frog James Go Pro camera fun in Bajan relaxing week Met Clyde Egbert Cox at his Coxie's Bar James annoyed that father did better at paddle boarding! Fantastic breakfast rainstorm Newly hatched ...
Great last day. Shopped for some souvenirs at the duty free Cave Sheppard, then a stop for cappuccino at Italia (yes, in Barbados)! Some packing, than a wonderful facial at the Spa. Quick lunch, then off to the beach for a final dip in the beautiful Barbados ocean! Our last meal with our very special friends Terry and Michelle at Zaccios. This is a fantastic restaurant and beach bar. Happy hour from 4 - ...
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.
... At the end of this visit we were again treated to various types of rum punch as well as some battered salt cod which was very tasty. We passed through the centre of Bridgetown on the way back to the ship. Many roads are named after famous cricketers, the greatest one being Gary Sobers, cricket being the national sport. This was our second visit to Barbados and we both think it is the best of the Caribbean islands we have visited so ...
... had decided to do minimal research in the planning so that I could live in the moment as much as possible while I was here. I was doing fine right up until the point where my friend and work colleague Danielle asked where I was going to be staying once I arrived there. The plan is for me to stay at the King Solomon Hotel for the first 3 days until the SOTPC (SPC) flat becomes available. It was then that I realised that I didn't actually know where the King ...