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... were copious amounts of alcohol too.
Ok with such full stomachs there's only on thing to do - sit around watching films and drinking even more. We manage to get through two films before everyone is struggling to stay awake - A fist full of dollars and along came Polly.
Well it's been a great day and we're sad that Ruth and Malcolm are leaving tomorrow, but there's still time for a bit more fun before they go.
Thursday 17 January
Barbados! We docked early morning and watched Costa Delicoza and Brilliance of the Seas come in as well. We got a shared taxi (sharing with a right moaning Brit) to Holetown where we got comfortable in a cafe with wifi. Managed to get the first of the blogs published after some frustrating moments!
We then walked down to the Sandy Lane hotel to check out how the other half live! What ...
... 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 ...
... in a cool kinda way. A bit later, just before we wrapped up, the guide asked if I'd like to dive deeper. "Sure," I said, knowing Kim wasn't looking. She had already given me the shake of shame for going through the first time. This second time was challenging. We penetrated into the vessel at about a dozen feet, then went down into the wheelhouse, through a small opening, then up the spiral staircase. The guide took the side door, but ...