Dover Beach Hotel
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... Items displayed in the barn (and in the plantation house) run from a basketwork armandillo that looks real to a large number of extraordinarily endowed totems to a plantation chair to a Galle chandelier. The term 'eclectic' does not begin to do justice to the breadth and almost unimaginable diversity of the collection.
Our tour guide for the morning was also the chef, so it is perhaps not surprising that our buffet lunch ...
... A very entertaining pastime is to go "Mudlarking" on the banks of the Thames when the tide is out.
You've got to keep a weather eye on the quickly rising tide and check out tide time tables before hitting the beach. Just so you know, in olden times, prisoners where tied to the wharves at just the right height to eventually drown when the tide rose above just above their noses. Gulp!
Without a license, ...
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 ...
... was between six and eight feet high. I had seen it coming, so I turned my back. As soon as it hit me I felt my sunglasses rip off of my face. I immediately dove to try to recover them; however, the surf was too strong and the water too murky. I will have to call Wal Mart to replace them.
That evening before dinner we stopped in the hotel bar for a beer, the Sand Bar. We tried 10 Saints. It is one of my favorites ...
... I was trying to avoid. The floodgates had been opened and I could not help myself from reading review after review, blog after blog, and advisory after advisory. The more I read, the more I wanted to stay at home. I couldn't help but feel as though Eddie, my exchange partner, was receiving a better deal by having come to Barbados (yes I am aware of how that sounds, I'm sorry); then my mind drifted back to the way that I felt when I was getting ready for my trip ...