Travel Blogs from Christ Church
... music is being drowned out by relentless reggae as we speak... So, things kicked off bright and early, with our keen 5am alarm ruining a pretty comfortable nights sleep on Gabby's living room floor. We then headed to Gatwick in a taxi, with check in going smoothly. Rich was the one we all laughed at as he got frisked at the gates (although Justine got a cheeky drug search also). The first surprise of the trip came in the departure lounge, ...
... for that. Well that's all for now. I can't wait to have more adventures!
SONGS I LEARNED THIS WEEK:
The Only Exception – Paramore
Old Time Rock and Roll – Bob Seger
Home – Phillip Phillips
The A Team – Ed Sheeran
River of Dreams – Billy Joel
More Than Anyone – Gavin Degraw
Bridge Over Troubled Water – Simon and ...
... At one point they turned off all the lights and we experienced total darkness for a few moments.
We were underground for about an hour, but it went so fast. There were some amazing shapes down there, you might be able to recognise an alter with a man proposing to a woman or the chandelier or maybe even Bob Marley? (The shadow is his face the stalactite his hair.
From the cave we headed north to the parish of St ...
... Trevor came back, minus the drinks, to say that the hotel no longer accepted cash as it was all inclusive (it used to be optional to be all-inclusive or not). So no rum punch for us there then.
Feeling a bit deflated, we changed out of our cossies and into our clothes and decided to leave the hotel and go a bit further along the coast. On way out, Trevor asked the receptionist if there was a bus back to Bridgetown and how much it ...
... 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 ...