Escape Hotel And Spa
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As everyone was leaving the ship today, breakfast was earlier than normal and so we did not go to the gym. We got our remaining stuff packed and ready to go. Discovered I had left our best sun cream up on the sun deck overnight which was no where to be seen of course after the overnight sail back to Bridgetown. Not happy.
Went through customs ok and got a taxi back to the Radisson - ripped off as it had gone up from $15 to $22 in a week. It was too early ...
... Mickey a little bit, but he is as phlegmatic as ever.
After breakfast we're ready to start the day.
Ruth and Malcolm prepare their loungers by the pool and its another day of sun worship for them.
Mum's nose is already buried in her book, which she has almost finished. I've lost track of how many she's read now.
Omara and Phil are chasing the shade as it is a supremely hot day. They end up sitting inside.
You guessed ...
... and Spa. The hotel is right on the beach as its name indicates. We were told by several locals that this is one of the favorite beaches on the island for the locals. The hotel itself is very nicely kept. All of the staff we came into contact with were very nice and eager to serve. The desk clerk welcomed us and gave us coupons for four free drinks. We took those and headed up to our room to settle in. The room was very generously ...
... I am having a petite filet and some decadent chocolate cherry jubilee cake (or something fattening like that) and a bottle of dessert wine! Tony is having scallops and cheesecake, and I MIGHT share some dessert wine with him! We are moving this meal to the bedroom because it's wet outside from all the rain today. We will watch The Newlywed Game while we eat, and then of course, we will go to sleep from such an EXHAUSTING day! :)
... I declared that I wanted to try out the sugar cane. Kim watched as I stepped into the filed and broke off a foot long piece. Sugar cane looks similar to bamboo, in that it is skinny and tall, with round ribs in the stalk about every 4-8 inches. It's a little harder than I expected. I tried to peel it with my Swiss Army knife, but that was an utter failure, so I went with the best multi-tool instrument-my teeth. I think I ...