Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa
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- Swimming pool
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... a short dip in the sea would be apt.
0800 brekkie with the Transplants. Tried the Bajan Breakfast which was heavy: frizzled cod [the best fo the lot], fishcakes, fried taters and plantains [which I d/n really like] plus a large cafe latte. Confirmed the Transplants have never before traveled with anyone again from a group holiday; I'm the first!
Off we went at 0900. It was alot easier having people with Bridgetown knowledge re the buses and whatnot to ...
Barbados was a great island with lovely beaches and nice people. Tom, Tobias, Monika and Dennis went for deep sea fishing and Jen, Linus, Linda, Lucas and Roland took a taxi and went for a tour on the island.
We saw a lot of nice things on the island and took a nice break on a beach with fine, white sand and clear water.
Now, we've also seen the house where Rihanna grew up. It's a really ...
... also live in the USA, Canada and Jamaica. She's definitely going to be part of our new circle of friends when we move here.
After an hour or so we part company and head off to meet Ruth and Malcolm. It's their last day today and they have decided that it would be nicer to cook and eat at home rather than going out.
As a treat they are going to have lobster, shrimp and steak tonight. Henry is also making a chicken stew ...
Having finished with Brazil, we're heading for home with a couple of Caribbean stops on the way. First up is Barbados, formerly a British colony and currently one of the more popular island stops (particularly for those overpaid types whose sole contribution to world peace is bouncing a ball or singing a song)- the islands' most recent claim to fame was the hosting of the Tiger Woods wedding. We turned Don T loose on a chatty ...
... inner harbor to the downtown area of the city. Now that we had visited both the parliament and the church, we could return to Chamberlain Bridge and cross from the inner to outer harbor area of the harbor.
We walked back passed the Dolphin Fountain in Independence Square to Chamberlain Bridge. According to legend, the capital city of Bridgetown received its name from the Arawak Indian Bridge that the first settlers found spanning the inlet. The town was first known simply as ...