Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa

Address: Maynards, Saint Peter, Barbados, BB26011, Caribbean | 3 star hotel
 
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    Barbados

    A travel blog entry by petina on Feb 21, 2015

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    Up at 7.00 AM and in the restaurant for breakfast at 08.15. Being a change of venue I opted for porridge as a change. Food OK but atmosphere not the same as at dinner. We arrived at the disembarkation gangway just after 9.00 to be greeted by torrential rain, just right for garden visits. Made our way to Gate one, found our dinner ...

    We will starve!

    A travel blog entry by bettya52 on Jun 04, 2013

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    ... we were supposed to have apple pie and ice cream before Ruth and Malcolm left so we will just have to eat it now in their honour. See we can fend for ourselves, that was lunch. It was lovely guys.

    As the sun begins to set, we again have some vague conversation about going out but end up staying in. Drinks all round and left overs sees us through the evening.

    Only 4 more sleeps until we head home - sob, sob, ...

    Ruel's Island

    A travel blog entry by captain-slog on Mar 16, 2013

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    ... looney on the bus or the smelly one.

    My poor little camera struggled in the gloom, so forgive the quality....




    We came back by bus with our driver giving a good narration about all the local sites. Unfortunately, I dropped ...

    A day in Bridgetown

    A travel blog entry by danharriet on Jan 31, 2013

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    ... 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 ...

    Barbados island drive

    A travel blog entry by stupidbunny on Jan 02, 2012

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    ... and scuttled the ship. Whether true or not, it’s a fairly shallow and distinct wreck; the anchor sits slightly away from the rest of the hulk. The reef fish were very friendly, and we enjoyed ourselves for the 30 or so minutes we swam.

    Then, back on board our little boat for a short trip to another part of the beach. We went for a long walk on the perfect pink sand … being a national holiday, lots of locals were out with family and friends, ...