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... s church which stands on a cliff face 800feet above sea level with spectacular views of the east and south east coast.
In the residential areas there were some unusual flowers the Christmas candle bushes, beautiful bright bourganvillea, African lilies and Hibiscus flowering in the well kept gardens. We entered the exclusive area of Sandy Lane with its plush yellow apartments, the ...
... 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.
... archway known as Independence Arch which was built in 1987 to mark the island's 21st year of independence.
The time has quickly flown by as we wandered about the area and took in the sights and sounds of the city. We soon were making our way back to the port, the passenger terminal and boarding the shuttle bus for the quick journey back to the Grand Princess who was waiting for us with food and comfort. We had completed our adventure in Bridgetown and would soon be leaving ...
We left Barbados late in the day to do an 18 hour overnight sail to the French island of Martinique, the northern most island in the Windward Islands.
We had decided to stay on anchor at Bridgetown as the weather had become very windy and squally, also we were keen to welcome "Awaroa" in as they had made great time from the Canaries. They anchored behind us just before midnight on ...
... 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 ...