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... but we figured the good eye is on the right so he can see the oncoming traffic better!!! As we pulled out of the airport, I checked our directions to the villa and we headed out into traffic. Now every thing seems to move at a slower pace here on the island , except traffic! There are no traffic lights but lots of traffic circles and not many signs! We were so concerned with jamming our luggage into the car, that we did not ask about a map. ...
... workers on the cruise ship and it is fun to be able to have a drink with them.
A taxi arrives that can hold up to 15 passengers so we all decide it's time to go back to the ship and clean up for dinner.
Shower, change clothes, another drink, dinner, and another trivia game and we call it a night.
Tomorrow we will be in Puerto Rico. God Bless America.
... a half hour, surrounded by tropical fish and green turtles.
Back on board, we hoisted anchor and sails and continued along the coast. Our captain pointed out homes of many notable families including famous celebrities and notables like the inventor of the zipper, the inventor of the tetra pack and Rihanna.
Lunch of fish, chicken and salads was served on deck. It was excellent. We then made ...
... that is the closest land to Africa in the Western Hemisphere. The locals say that if you stand on the eastern most point of Barbados and smell the breeze that is coming from the east, you can smell Africa.
Just after we transferred from the sandy path to the city sidewalk, we passed a local fish market that was busy with people butchering the fish into filets and other cuts that would become the catch of the day to be cooked directly with only the additional preparation step ...
... this blog. We are going to show a few general photos of us on the island, but then we will each present several photos that we took on the tour and that we would like to share with you.
On the last hunt for Dan, our niece Lisa was the first to locate Dan in St. Lucia. Congratulations.
Today we look for Dan at the Port where he is waiting for today’s tour. Find him and join us for a rewarding day dedicated to taking photos as interesting ...