Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... station was oldies. Worked on a pending ruling on a file, followed by some chill time.
One of the worst features of the more affluent world we live in is parents thinking I want to hear their spoiled brat cry at 39,000 feet: a) I don't and b) I think you're not only an idiot but also a selfish idiot for traveling with rugrats. My carping session is hereby concluded.
Time passed slowly but it passed. Barbados came into view ...
... go on... they put 95 people on those!! We didn't have a lot of time back at port before we had to board but I did manage to pick up a shot glass and magnet and we bought Rodd a few T-shirts. Showered and dressed for the night we headed up to the pool deck where we found Heather and Tim so we sat and had a few drinks with them and they told us they had gone to a beach and hired surfboards for the day, I think they had fun! after about an hour they headed off ...
... He's very surprised.
The cake is lovely but we also encourage Ruth to order the signature desert a meringue ball filled with fruit which they flambé at the table. It looked good and tasted even better.
A few laughs and moves with the waiters and we soon head off back to the hut
By now Phil and Omara are struggling to stay awake. It's been a long day for them but a wonderful start to their vacation. ...
... be in agony, so I naturally felt very brave (if also a little stupid). I also recalled at that moment that the lunch place at the beach was called "Mr Delicious". Damn you Mr Delicious!
It's while lying down on an osteopath's bench in a tropical paradise bench that the mind wanders slightly. How was I going to hike the Inca trail or climb Aconcagua now? I could barely squash a molehill, let alone scale an Andean peak. Why didn't I bend the knees ...
... along with the band playing – classic! Fantastic atmosphere down there. Alvan came over to pick us up a little later and took us to his bar which is on the North shore of the island. It is a traditional bar which they call a rum shop. Apparently on Barbados you will always find a rum shop within 100 yards of every church on the island. We met Alvan’s brother who cooked us up some ribs and fish for Lisa. They were fab! We ...