All Seasons Resort Europa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
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We left the east coast, the people at Santosha gave hugs, and headed west. We drove the "most direct route" according to Google......road closed, and man was it closed. But we drove up a mtn to see that it was washed out. Turned around and cruised thru some nice country side to end up on the west. Made it to cinnamon cottage, a nice one bedroom with ac on the ocean. We have our own veranda patio overlooking the ocean. It is amazing. We headed to the market and picked up some food. ...
... back to the port and stopped at a bar for a local beer - we deserved it! The local beer here is "Banks." You can see that Gumby enjoyed his immensely.
Tonight is the Captain's Circle party - meet the captain, free booze - it is a thank you party for returning Princess sailors. We shared our table with a British couple - who currently live in Alabama. They regaled us with great stories of snorkeling in Fiji and French Polynesia.
It was a great ...
... mum and Omara to the hairdressers which ended up being much further away than I had thought. As always the ever reliable Keisha chauffeured us.
I left the girls to be pampered while Henry and I headed back to town to occupy ourselves while we waited for Ruth and Malcolm to join us.
We looked around the chattel village shops and then glanced at the knick knacks being sold by the ...
... and found it bewildering that it is also a way soooo many can say they have been here and there... without ever leaving the ship whilst in port. What?
I met lots of nice people, as I found myself clearly in the middle of the floating America, but I felt very much a foreigner, more than in many places I've travelled where the language and "culture" is obviously different. At the risk of being a little rude and a touch un-PC, I ...
... Sir Garfield Sobers stand. It was all very interesting. We explained to Ruth that we had a good cricket team in Durham and that one of our players, Paul Collingwood, used to be the England captain until recently.
After our tour of the Oval we walked back into Bridgetown and went for a cold Banks's beer at one of the little ramshackle bars. While we were sitting there, the heavens opened. We waited until the rain ...