Lone Star Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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... off to find food and come back with a feast provided by the food van just up the road - rice, peas, lamb stew, macaroni pie and salad. No matter where you buy food here it's always good.
I get the beers in and have a chat and laugh with the vendors hanging around the bar. They're crazy.
Ruth and Malcolm go for a short walk along the beach and were amazed that there was nobody else in that stretch or beach. Ruth ...
... of Queen’s Park (the old Governor General’s mansion).
Even found our way to a local church and found an interesting gravestone … it was for a guy that had been a Governor-General in the old British Colonial Service for The Gambia, Lagos (*****ia), The Bahamas and Barbados. He must have been quite accomplished to get all those ‘postings’.
... one Barbadian refer to as "liquid sunshine" because if you wait a few moments, the sun will be out again... if it is in the day, of course). Then, not long after the the frog hopped away, a calico cat strolled past our table! These little creatures/animals feel free to join the tourist activities due to all the open properties that have no windows! The live acoustic guitarist sang romantic songs to set the mood, like ...
... I'm so proud of him!
Our bellies were telling us it was time to go down for breakfast, so we got "dressed" in our swim suits and cover up and headed down for a champagne breakfast. I loaded up on fruit and Tony and I shared eggs benedict... YUMMY!! The service was impeccable, the food exquisite, and the "free champagne" even better than the latter!!
We sauntered over to the beach ...
... churned up here for a large number of fish to dwell. There's just nothing to hide in or around.
We walked back to the apartment around noon and made PBJ's, with the homemade guava jam that Judy sent us off with. Yum. We caught up on some reading and napping most of the afternoon.
I think we've agreed to try a little surfing tomorrow, but that may or may not happen. It's ...