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... Benedict ( no ham for me please ) and the tea comes served in a china teapot.. also you get served at the table instead of having to use your elbows!! This morning our server was Stevie.. he had taken a "shine" to Rodd the other night at Moderno and had asked especially for a koala. Rodd always has a pocket full of little koalas and vegemite when we travel and passes them out to people that take his fancy, at Moderno he had given one to our server and ...
... Phil and snacks for Omara. It's a good thing we have macaroni pie left over from last night.
We have a couple of skype conversations with Jacquie, Jenny and Simon before its time to get ready to head out. Jacquie stresses that mum must wear her cream and beige dress with her sparkly shoes. "It's The Cliff you known darling" she says.
Everyone emerges from their rooms looking very glamorous ...
... it later was changed to Bridgetown. Today, the Chamberlain Bridge spans the inlet where the Indian bridge probably existed, at a spot known as The Careenage. Today there is another bridge about a block from the Chamberlain Bridge (which only has pedestrian traffic) that handles the main automotive travel between the inner and outer harbor. The outer harbor area contains besides the outer harbor docks, a large restaurant, a continuation of Independence square form across the ...
... a British colony from 1626 until 1966 and their economy relies heavily on tourism now. According to a government report we read they are the biggest economy outside Canada and the USA, but to a visitor this is not immediately obvious as the island looks run down in areas!
They are mad about cricket!
The ship offers expensive tours around the ...
... a month. It truly sounds like another language when they get going. Once in a while, you pick up an English word in the midst of the mumble jumble, but since you can't understand the rest of the words, it's close to impossible to get the jist of the conversation. A.J. and the other guy (I can't remember his name) taught us about the origination of the island, the fascinating trees and vegetation, and oh so hilarious ...