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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... our house in Florida. The tide is out so the docks have water marks on them a good 6’ or more higher than where the water is at the moment. Our guide tells us that these are the rich peoples suburbs. Certainly looks like it. There are a few colonial plantations along the river too but these are mostly abandoned now. How sad.
We turn up another river when we are almost at the mouth of ...
... in, it appeals to me briefly, at the time, until I get hot and tired and then I am finished. I was ready to be done and out of the forest when he showed us the last tree which was bark that he said was used as cigarette paper. Didn’t think it possible but he pounded the bark until it fluffed into thin sheets exactly like paper. That was the most impressive, even more than the drum tree. No animals though, not a single ...
... started processing passports and moving people into the building to get ready for the ferry, our group was shoved out of the line and we all had to sniggle our way back into the line with our suitcases and there were a LOT of people there trying to go to Suriname.
Chris is trying to keep the group together and does for the most part except for one guy who has a lot of experience with land crossings and just ...
... scrapbook. Got into the 1703 rum, Ray; very smooth but perhaps I am a bit too tired to appreciate it fully. I am so tired I set the alarm with the idea of an hour and a half sleep but up within a half hour. No rest for the wicked, they say. The a/c is quite cool but I know if I try to touch it I will screw it up. Remember this is the same wizard who forgot his camera battery and still can't figure out how to change time zones on his present watch.
Had a better ...
... the island. It was built on the land of someone named Sober [true]. A Sir John Gay improved the process and eventually in his honour the distillery became the Mt Gay distillery, the rest being history.
Barbados' initial commercial value was sugar cane. Once the cane was extracted, the residual product was molasses. Somebody came up with the idea of fermenting same, leading to 'kill devil', the original rather acrid-tasting rum. Refinement over time led to ...