Regency Cove Hotel
Travel Blogs from Barbados
... luckly some beach vendor came up and sold the obviously unburnt tourist (i.e. us) some fresh aloevera which he bottled on the spot so hopefully that will help.
Tomorrow we're going to visit the Atlantic coast at Batsheba where the currents are too strong to swim, but apparently the landscape is very different so that will be nice to see. By that time we have almost been around the whole island by the time we're going back to Miami so cheers to us!
... out at St Lawrence Gap the night before. We've enjoyed lots of beach time, a visit to Bridgetown (the capital), a tour around the local rum factory (with plenty of early morning free samples), learning how to surf (surprisingly its easier than I thought it would be!) and I enjoyed a trip to the Kensington Oval to check out a local charity called Sport for Life! All in all, the travelling part to our elective has been ...
... Carlisle bay where we snorkled over a couple of wrecks. We let off the 3 hour tour people then moored for a great lunch on board. A bit more swimming - and a few more drinks- then we sailed back Bridgetown. Chatted with a family from Goderich on the way back home. Time for a shower and a nap I think! Oooh but the bell just rang for happy ...
After 5 1/2 years of full-on Olympic and Paralympic shena****ns, the last minute visa hilarity and a long haul flight, I was just so happy to be in the beautiful island of Barbados.
That made it all the more surprising that I found myself having my pelvis put back in place face down on an osteopath's table whilst hearing the waves crash on the shore nearby.
Being a caring son, I had simply sought to move a table into the shade for Mum and Emma ...
... complements the climate. It must have rained while I was having my massage as the road was wet and it was a few degrees cooler.
Took a taxi to the little fishing village of Oistins about 5pm which is only a 10 minute drive south of the Bougainvillea. I missed the famous weekly fish fry (held every Friday night) but my driver assured me that every night is fish fry night in Oistins – the only difference is the number of tourists that attend.
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