All Seasons Resort Europa
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... front of the bus - guess he'll remember that we paid. There was rasta rap BLARING from the front of the bus - I was pretty sure my eardrums were going to break! When we stopped, we STOPPED. Slamming on of brakes, everyone lurching forward. I would not have been a bit surprised to see trees or buildings flinging themselves out of the way - you Harry Potter fans will know what I mean. We were thrilled to see the bus terminal. What a great adventure!
... nice job if you can get it), bottled, labelled and shipped. They bottle 10,000 a day and export 80% of it.
Amazingly it's a team of only 12 people that do the bottling and packaging and they always achieve their daily target.
After the film it's time to sample the goods. We begin with Eclipse. We swirl our glasses, identify the aromas, examine the colour and finally we can drink it. It's strong and we have 2 ...
... 12 of us who were present enjoyed dinner at the large single table. In the evening Comedian Robbie Printz had the audience in stitches and the Summit Orchestra performed Big Band music in the Rendez-Vous lounge.
As today's parting shot, this day had a bit of a bittersweet touch. After Crystal's 2 vessels, the Prinsendam is my favorite ship, she has just emerged from a drydock, and is doing the itinerary I have booked for next year. It was ...
... We enjoyed some breakfast prosecco and livened up the morning orange juice with a few generous shots of vodka, whilst relaxing and waiting in excited anticipation for the holiday to come.
Eventually the flight was called and we boarded the A330 Airbus which would take us to Bridgetown, Barbados. It always reminds me of that 1974 "Typically Tropical" song that goes like this:
Whoa! I'm going to Barbados
... people in the world, always willing to help out. They are also a little conservative, hard-working and deeply religious. There is a church on almost every street corner.
What is your favorite memory of growing up in Barbados?
Varita: My fondest memory takes me back to the ...