Legend Garden Condos
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I may not be excited about coming home to get a job but I am jumping up and down with excitement about coming home for Kay's wedding. When I get back I am going to spend a week with Kay and I can't wait to finally ask my millions of questions and ...
3 hrs, 4 kms After a wonderful day yesterday, I won't mind if today is a good bit drearier. And that looks to be the case. For one thing I'll be walking across the central plateau which looks pretty boring. Secondly, it's going to be a rainy day it seems. Actually, that might not be ...
... the 96 proof rum.
Heading back to the hotel along the West Coast Mona our guide took us by new housing being built for the rich, condominiums which she claimed sold for $5 million US, the historic village of Speightstown, super-trendy and super-exclusive Holetown, where the British first landed on Barbados in 1627 and where the British, the rich ones, are still going to shop at among other expensive boutiques, a two-level Cartier that ...
... is known as the Soup Bowl and is the main surfing spot. Matt and I shared a fresh coconut rather than having another rum punch.
We drove past Round Rock (a huge rock with a bench on top; not quite sure how they managed to get it up there!) before heading inland through a wooded off-road area. We swung past St. Andrew’s church into the rugged Scotland District, past the Morgan Lewis Windmill, a few cute chattel houses (old movable houses from plantations days) ...
... the counter tries to tell him that it is policy to not serve an obviously intoxicated guest which just aggravates the guest even more and he says, “My wife wants to talk to you!” Huh? Anyway, the supervisor is called and the guy just rants and raves to her. The supervisor takes him to task by saying, “Sir, please don’t speak to me like that…” and then she attempts to calm him. We don’t know how long the ...