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... 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.
... that we have visited here in the Caribbean, the church was surrounding with an old cemetery with above ground burial sites. Many of the burial sites were dated from the 1600’s. We sat there and thought of the countless services, baptismals, weddings and funerals that must of occurred in the nearly 400 years of its existence as the primary church of Bridgetown, Barbados. The parliament buildings and the church were the principle reason we left the Chamberlain Bridge and walked ...
BARBADOS - port of Bridgetown
Monday- fine and warm!
Barbados- we docked at 8am on Monday and headed into town on foot to look around -nothing special- and it turned out to be a very hot day; sunny and bright!!
Barbados is a small island with a population of around 290,000, 90% black and of African descent. ...
... and I really realized that first, no one is in a hurry in Barbados, (except when they drive) and second, EVERYTHING is expensive! KFC for the two of us was $54 Barbados dollars, so $22 American dollars! The cost of every day items is about 10-20 percent more than in the States. It was good our “holiday” as the Barbadians call it was coming to an end. We ordered our last Barbados dessert to go because they were so ...
... rankings and noticed how HOT it was in our room and blamed ME cuz he thought I got cold and adjusted the thermostat... that torks him! Lol. Anyway, we had our coffee, mimosas, fruit, and eggs, and then our Ambassador (Andrew) sent us off with the catamaran cruise guy.
Upon boarding the sailboat, we enjoyed a couple more mimosas and breathed in the morning caribbean breeze. Just as we sailed away from the dock, the rain ...