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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... dollars is 1 US dollar. We sat outside the bar, people watching, noting the local 'Big Mama Alerts' or BMA's. Ray went off in search of some boxed lunches, all of it working out quite well.
We walked back toward the George Washington House. In 1753 [from memory], he and his older half brother visited Barbados to deal with the latter's medical issues. The Transplants had a ccffee and headed back as I did the home and tunnel tour [30 B$]. The tunnels in the ...
... of the island with golf courses costing 4,000 dollars a game. We saw mongoose running on the road and there are many green monkeys hiding in the trees. Some cheeky white eyed blackbirds , lots of pretty ring neck pigeons or doves and many white egret.
We noticed a beautiful brightly coloured copper bush called the 'match me not' plant as each leaf is different to the next.
... couscous and had to send it back as it was awful. She ended up with cheese and tomato toasty.
Phil has his first Surfisde rum punch and makes a weird face as he realizes how strong it is. I'm definitely steering clear of them. Let me see the cocktail menu please.
The steel band was great, with a wide repertoire of music including Adele and Bob Marley. Henry and I had a food old sing ...
... rum demonstration and sampling was set up for us. We delighted ourselves with a refreshing Rum Punch or Fruit Juice. Sitting under the great trees, watching the wedding party assemble and drinkers and nondrinkers alike testing the varieties of rum was a Norman Rockwell moment. (Rosalind’s words not mine.) I’m thinking there’s going to be some very lively tipsy people on the bus when we leave. I was right; the bus ...
... to sail shortly. We had to go to the Arena theatre with our life jackets; all the usual rigmarole.
Later on we got ourselves ready for dinner. We had been allocated table #76 in the Bay Tree Restaurant. We always ask for a table for six or eight as we like the social interaction with our fellow passengers and we have enjoyed some great company in the past. Tonight's dress code was smart casual, so I put on my purple floral ...