Tropical Winds Apartment Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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The only beach my grandfather will go too. He grew up in Barbados so he's the expert. This is the best beach in Barbados. When you get there through the busy streets of town. you are met with vendors selling shaved ice (snow cones). You can get a variety of different flavours. The best is condensed milk with coconut syrup. While sipping on that refreshing drink. you walk down to the beach and you are met with ...
... Colada and served fresh banana bread, carrot cake and a great meal of flying fish, rice and salad with white wine for lunch. We swam with the turtles, did the shipwreck snorkelling and enjoyed a sail down the coast of Barbados where they anchored in a calm bay so we could swim ashore and get some beach time. With only 9 people on the tour to 3 crew, this was the best service and one of the best experiences I've had on a ...
... and is not for sale.
She also tells us about the regattas that MG sponsors and the red caps that only the crews receive. They're not for sale either - pity they're very nice.
Next we are encouraged to develop our olfactory skills, identify the 4 main aromas of mocha, sweet almonds, ripe banana and vanilla. I think I can distinguish them.
Then it's a 12 minute film about how the rum is made, ...
Today started off with a walk to the farmers market in Hasting's. Then the guys went to the liquor store and back to the beach for the afternoon. Joan and i took the produce back to our house then hopped on a Z bus ( picture a vw microbus) for a ride to Bridgetown. Basically it is speakers on wheels! That goes fast! When we got on there was one seat . No matter we ...
... Dead Surf Shop to explore the possibility of surfing. It sounds like it will not work out today, given our late start and delayed arrival due to poor traffic. Instead, we agreed to go to Barbados Blue dive shop, just up the road. It was almost 1pm, so we signed up for the 2pm snorkel trip and ate our lunch on their picnic table.
***WARNING*** social commentary coming up...
The trip was just under two hours, and most of ...