Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa
Travel Blogs from Saint Peter
... month in this paradise. A little shopping at the airport and plane is on time. Uneventful flight but my feet start getting really cold as I am still wearing sandals. So much snow everywhere still and so cold!!!!!!! Not that I haven't been warned. Sigh - back to ...
... them Henry and Phil had 11.
But there's more. In their replica rum bar we have a rum cocktail made with Passoa. It was fab.
As we emerge feeling a lovely rum glow, Andy is ready to take us to Bridgetown for lunch. We need it to soak up the drink.
Omara and Phil buy a couple of Barbados caps to keep off the amazingly sunshine and we decide to lunch at the Waterfront where the boats and catamarans are berthed. ...
... banana plants to reduce soil erosion. Plus, the beaches with calmer bays are on the west side – the east side tends to be much more turbulent: good for surfing but not as a playground of the wealthy. Much of the land is also still in the hands of a few white families: after the end of slavery, the government divided the land and gave parcels to ex-slaves … but a series of droughts and storms meant that few could afford to maintain the land, so they ended ...
... although on the shopping channel we've spotted some things to look for tomorrow. Shopping must be a crusing pastime. Took the courtesy bus there which was easy, the P&O Aurora and Azura are in port too. By 1pm the rain hadn't eased so after catching up on a bit on the free wifi we headed back. The coconut from yesterday which was supposed to be good for kidneys seems to be a bit too ...
... car where you can sight-see at your own pace. There are also very affordable island tours offered through multi-terrain vehicle transportation to luxury air-conditioned coaches. Public transportation is also very reliable and reasonable. You can travel to every point on the island for about 75 cents ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet