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Up bright and early again today as we have a tour booked with R&R cruising for a day on a catamaran soaking up the rays and snorkeling, this one I'd heard about from "Lakeguy" on Cruise Critic, Lou and his wife Nancy had done this tour last year and were doing it again, that's a good recommendation! Once again we went to the main dining room for breakfast instead of mixing it with the masses at the buffet, this is always a great option as they have yummy things ...
... amounts of great food and daiquiris courtesy of Ruth (including non-alcoholic ones for mum and Omara). It's time for the final surprise - the cake. Oops no one has cameras ready so we have to repeat the surprise just for the photos.
By now we w re all well and truly done in. Keisha and Andy are off to a bar and we're all off to bed. There's plenty of food left so tomorrow's meal should be a doddle.
Happy birthday Malcolm.
A lovely sunny day with a light breeze greeted us when we docked at Bridgetown, Barbados. The island was named after the bearded fig, a type of tree which has hanging threads on it which look like beards. Our first visit was to Gun Hill Point. This is a restored lookout tower high on a hill. Several of these were built following the slave riots on the sugar plantations. Communication between them was by signals by flags during the day ...
Barbados was everything I expected it to be. The town where we port is called Bridgetown and we were in with P&O’s Ventura, an English ship. This meant the town was packed with, shall we say, a different kind of British passenger than the few I’m used to seeing on Holland America. It was leathery sunburned skin, tattoos and football shirts as far as the eye could see. ...
... 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 ...