Monteray Apartment Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Fancy resorts and condos. Very exclusive areas. Neme trees. Make tea from leaves, lowers blood pressure. "Rum or religion" - if you have problems you can choose one of many churches or one of many rum bars. Spago restaurant on the island. Sugarcane. No pesticides or fertilizer or irrigation to grow. They send it to England to ...
... up the day's food shopping and head back to the hut, leaving Ruth and Malcolm to pay a visit to Surfside.
The rest of the day is about chilling, eating and drinking - just for a change.
Malcolm and Ruth try their hand at pepper pot stew and everyone really enjoys it.
Ruth, mum and Malcolm settle down to watch a film and the rest of us are so worn out from the day's adventures that it's an early night for us all. ...
... good fortune to spend some 'gold time' with Mum, Emma and Pedro. Crane beach, Miami beach, Cotton beach, lots of beach. Lots of sundowners. Happy hour at sunset - seems a double deal to me. Orchid farm and Plantation house for Mum, ice cream and beach for Em. Second driver insurance for Pedro (and for me incidentally as I now couldn't drive). Thanks Pedro.
I also enjoyed meeting Matt the mortgage broker who did his work online from Bequia in ...
Barbados was everything I expected it to be. The town where we port is called Bridgetown and we were in with P&O’s Ventura, an English ship. This meant the town was packed with, shall we say, a different kind of British passenger than the few I’m used to seeing on Holland America. It was leathery sunburned skin, tattoos and football shirts as far as the eye could see. ...
... crashed against the rocks. The sea is a lot deeper here compared to the West coast and with no land in this direction until you hit Senegal in Africa 2825 miles across the pond the waves get a good chance to build up.
We were now in the parish of St Lucy driving south but on the West coast, we passed right by your bar Alvan, unfortunately closed and we could partake in a quick beer.
After a quick drive ...