Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to hear we were from Melbourne and lamented for some time on how exciting it would be to live so close to the MCG.
Raoul finally returned us to the ship and we ventured back on board to greet the 100+ new passengers who joined us in Barbados for the crossing. An older demographic made up mostly of English and Europeans we set sail for a continuous 8 days to Funchal Madiera.
... I was a little hesitant about this. Barbados follows the same driving rules as England so you have to drive on the left side of the road and the driver sits on the right!
All of the cars here are on the small side so we jammed the 5 of us, our 5 suitcases and carry on bags into a Toyota Yaris! Rob is doing the driving since he has experience with driving on the left. Now I know what some of you are thinking, he only has one ...
... excursion." For the guests they can cost up to hundreds of dollars but the crew get to go for free as "escorts" if there are open spaces. So I decided to take a guided hike to some waterfalls on the beautiful island of Dominica followed by some "champagne snorkeling," so called because of the bubbly water that comes from the volcanic island! Everything was absolutely beautiful! After that I had a little time before I had to be back at ...
... to cater for the numbers of passengers on these big ships. So they tend to have the Captain's cocktail party wherever they can fit the most people. On the Arcadia that was up on the deck next to the pool which was bad enough; but here on the Ventura the party was held in the atrium area, in and around reception and the staircase, over three levels! How ridiculous. As it was an open area in the centre of the ship and included the ...
... was also a zip line place nearby but sadly it was closed as well. So we drove on back to the Southwest side of the island and visited the Mount Gay rum plant. It wasn't as nice as St. Nicholas Abbey but I was able to pick up some rum and rum cakes. We ended the night at our favorite place: Pisces. Tonight's menu was Kingfish salad, pecan crusted fish, and rum and raisin ice cream.