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... webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">On our first day Wills went for a walk along the beach. A guy approached him saying "jet ski?" When Wills declined he ventured "Ganja? Charlie?" When Wills declined again he told him not to be shy. Wills was mortally offended that he looked like a potential drug purchaser.
... any sign of other ships or wildlife for over 4 days of travel, but on the 5th day we saw both dolphins and 2 whales!
At Bridgetown Barbados Pam got friendly with a local Rasta Albert Douglas at a Palm Rum hotel. Both Snake and shark was on the menu. Gus & I just had a local beer.
We both thought the ports were relatively safe, but we did hear once on board that a passenger actually witnessed some-one getting shot dead by a gang.
... One young fellow has been to Florida "just on vacation" he says. He doesn't seem to be in any big rush to try to immigrate there. The owner of the shop actually lived in New York for many years and his grown children are still there. Now it seems he enjoys the more peaceful life of running a small local store in his native village... But there's more to his story. He's known as "Termite" and was a fairly successful calypso singer in New York City ...
... to have great weather our whole trip; some days were a bit cloudy (which was good) with only a few short showers.
On Thursday morning I had my visa appointment at 8am. Matt waited for me at a local café. Luckily all went well and I was told my visa could be collected the following week. If it hadn't been approved I wouldn’t have been allowed back into the US so I was very relieved! We spent the next few hours exploring Bridgetown. There were a ...
... plumber working on the pipes, while the maintenance guy is vacuuming the water out. We leave for our excursion knowing they’ll get it fixed. The day is sunny and breezy. We meet our tour group in the terminal building and take the short ride to the dock to pick up our catamaran to take us snorkeling. Once we’re on board we meet the crew: Mark, Marlo, Alan, and Captain Elvis. These guys are a hoot yet professional. They explain how to ...