Courtyard by Marriott Bridgetown
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... leaving me but after turning to look back from where I came noticed everyone else was still in the water so I kept swimming... phew this is hard work, I stopped to rest and Rodd was standing on the back of the boat peering out at me so I waved at him but unfortunately he thought I was signalling I was in trouble so he told them onboard I needed help!! I think they backed the boat up to come meet me. At the other stop I was sitting on the back with another ...
... t locate the passenger, they had to go into the cargo area and find the bag! Another 45 minutes of just sitting there. The flight was smooth, no issues. Everyone took a little snooze on the way. Cara managed the most.... That girl can sleep anywhere! She slept in the car, in the airport and on the plane!
We made it through immigration and customs easily but again had to wait in a few lines.
Next was the rental car. Now I will have ...
... can segway anywhere. We get our helmets and he sets our to train us. We spend about 15 minutes tootling around, getting the feel of the bumps and dips and finally we head off single file across the pasture. He takes us all over the place and we all have a really good time. I'm glad everyone enjoyed it so much.
After our segway tour we have the taxi driver drop us off ...
... connection of the two points and divide the land from the sea. The walk into town was a little over one mile and ran alongside of the breakwater of the port. Instead of a side walk, we walked on a hard sandy path approximately ten feet wide and shaded by rows of tall palm trees that lined both sides of the path. As we entered the town proper, we transfer from the sandy path to a modern wide concrete sidewalk that was level and free of the tripping hazards that we have been ...
... for a special tour. It was a photography tour that would show us parts of the island that were beautiful but not always a popular tourist attraction. Our guide was Ronnie Carrington, who was a native Barbadian who received his photography education in New York City; He is a well known photographer here in the Caribbean and is currently preparing his work for a show in a few months. One of his side businesses is a photography tour company that has been giving ...
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility