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... World, where seven people in our group paid
US$10.00 each to go inside and look around for 45 minutes. After
seeing more than 5,000 varieties of orchids at the Singapore Orchid
Garden, I didn't feel like visiting a very small “so called”
orchid garden. Once again no entrance fees were posted and prices
varied for everything, including snacks and beverages. Another
seedy tourist trap with totally disinterested staff!
... such a difference to the stretch that we're on - which is "like Blackpool." I laugh. There probably are about 30 people on Blackpool beach these days and of course everything is relative.
Most of the afternoon is spent in the water while Malcolm and mum lounge in the sun. We are just having a chat about getting mum into the water and as we turn around we see her and Malcolm heading towards the shore. According to him it was all ...
... still under them. Once we were clear of the harbour, the engine was turned off, the sails hoisted, and we headed along the coast of Barbados. We sat outside, up front by the "trampoline" enjoying fresh air, great views and perfect weather while the crew served drinks and snacks. After about an hour, we dropped anchor and all climbed into the warm ocean as the theme from Jaws played on the sound system. We snorkelled ...
... to get a letter of invitation from my soon-to-be
hosts proved futile.
She settled for a forwarded email with fuzzy details of my accommodation and made it clear that the St. Lucia airport would ask for travel documents and even warned of no entry in Martinique by their immigration. I never thought of the French as being draconian but I smiled and nodded.
... standing in front of their houses in the dead of night. Kind of weird. I finally reached the turnaround point. The sun came up about 60% of the way into the race. Now it was starting to get hot. I had to stop and walk a few times but powered up the hills which I was determined would not beat me. I made my way back to downtown Bridgetown. I knew there was about a mile or two to go. A half mile left and with the ...