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... and the next thing I know I'm being presented with a bottle of spit... Rodd had also given them some vegemite and a koala so that helped I'm sure! Before we knew it we were heading back to the dock. I would absolutely recommend doing this, it was $115pp but so nice to only have such a small group.. at one stage we saw a couple of big barge type boats that our guys called "cattlemarans" or the "refugee boats" and these are the ones that those that booked through ...
It's a rain day today. Or should I say liquid sunshine as it is known here.
When the sun breaks through Ruth and Malcolm head out for a walk. Before long we notice that it is raining heavily and they must have been caught in it. Later on they tell us that they had to shelter under a tree to escape the downpour.
At the hut mum, Henry and I read and relax.
When Ruth and Malcolm get back they confess that ...
The boat was about 60 feet long. At the front of the boat were two webbed areas where people could sit or lay down. They were directly above the water. There was a covered area that could seat about 20 people. There was also a head below, so we had all the comforts of home.
Once we got into the open water, the captain turned off the motors and used the sails. We went north quite a ways.
... six months ago. I had done copious amounts of research for the trip and braced myself for the worst. My experience in Kenya was incredible, but that may have been due to a sort of "bubble" that all of the delegates were placed in for the duration of the International Gold Event.
Here, there is no internationally guided "bubble" to shield me; no buffer zone between myself and the "real world" - just me, my wits and my determination to see this through.
... 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 ...