Regency Cove Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Regency Cove Hotel Barbados
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... wave comes from one side and pushes me over, then one comes from the other and pushes me back to the middle... and I make it to shore. Suddenly I have a thought: why can't I just claim this island as my own and create my own country here? What kind of a country would that be? There's no flag here, no border guards... hey, I guess it's mine for the taking! I think I'm going to call this "Philosopher's Island" and open it up to tourism. People can ...
... Lucky for me, there are eateries catering to the lower end of the social ladder, and I find a nice takeaway place which serves rice, chicken and coleslaw--not the colorful variety of food like I'd get on the other islands--but it'll do.
Finally I reach what I suppose will count as another town, with another beach strip crowded with tourists. I guess it does feel good to see lots of tourists--simply because I know that Barbados needs them to ...
The British first settled in Barbados in 1627, but the country's independence was gained in 1966. There are 285,000 people on the island. It is the easternmost island of the Caribbean. The capital city is Bridgetown. The temperature was 81 degrees.
The girls booked an excursion to snorkel with the turtles and then cruise along the coast to a remote beach. We took a catamaran to our snorkel spot and were required to wear ...
... the 'Study in Sushi' (seared ahi tuna, ebi shrimp and norwegian salmon tartar with soy sauce. Epic fail. Was not nice at all. First and only real bad choice of the cruise.
The main was a better choice but the sauce was very rich. Tasty, but very rich and spicy. Jerked pork loin, marinated in island psices and hersbs with fried rice and crisp garlic green beans.
Now I have either been in the sun to long today or ...
... items including a Delft tile kiln in excavations below the ancient Southwark Cathedral, mentioned in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and where William Shakespeare's brother Edmund was laid to rest in 1607.
In many churches, among them Christopher Wren's St. Brides in Fleet Street, whose delicately layered steeple provided inspiration to a baker in the next street for the first layered wedding cake, and All Hallows by the ...
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