Dover Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... and call Keisha to pick us up.
After a scenic tour around St Michael with some more options to consider for places to live and calling in to see Andy (who was feeling sexy today, showing off his legs in his shorts), we head to Holetown to pick up beer and then back to the hut to await the arrival of Phil, Omara and the bump - or Puddin, Phyllis and Gregory as Henry calls them. I'm sure you can figure out ...
... it later was changed to Bridgetown. Today, the Chamberlain Bridge spans the inlet where the Indian bridge probably existed, at a spot known as The Careenage. Today there is another bridge about a block from the Chamberlain Bridge (which only has pedestrian traffic) that handles the main automotive travel between the inner and outer harbor. The outer harbor area contains besides the outer harbor docks, a large restaurant, a continuation of Independence square form across the ...
... went in for a last snorkel and Claire read her book catching the remaining sunshine before we enjoyed a beer at happy hour. I sent Claire to the bar this time with instructions to only order 1 beer, I had learnt my lesson!
This evening we went out for a wonderful meal to say thank you and goodbye to Alvan, he chose a great restaurant challed "Champers" which had a great decking area right on the coast. There were lights shining on ...
... we decided to explore independently and spent the grand total of $20 between the 3 of us, which Sheila converted into Barbados dollars in the bank.
We caught a local bus down the south coast to Dover Beach which was lovely- white sand, turquoise sea with some healthy surf today. There seem to be lots of resorts along the beach ...