Tropical Winds Apartment Hotel
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... a tour.
They picked us up at the port and got us to the boat in like 10 minutes or so.
It was a nice boat and the two man crew were extremely customer friendly!
During the trip they served us sandwiches, rum and ice cold beers.
It was a 4 hour tour and they tried everything to sooth our thirst for caching something, everything from changing bait to running the boat at different ...
... it's bikinis and sun hats, and the same for the girls too.
We decide to walk down to bus stop we all need some exercise after our evening or excessive eating - yet again. As always it's a slow stroll down the road and a bus is there within a couple of minutes.
We see the new gardener as we leave and don't have time to chat I'm afraid.
As we get off the bus at Mullins the sun is really hitting the bricks. ...
The title "Sweet Fuh Days" is a Bajan expression we thought was appropriate for today.
Our 48 day cruise is winding down. After today there's one more port, and a bunch of sea days, then New York. Frankly, if we have to visit another church we'll scream.
Today we chose to go on a 5-star sailing catamaran trip along the coast of Barbados. I guess they use the term 5-star loosely, unless ...
... br> It started raining at some point, and Kadooment is the one day that you want it to rain, at least a little anyway, because you're under the hot, hot sun all day long, and you are dancing and sweaty. I think I may do it next year. It's hard to say right now, because it will take me a few days to recover. I will ...
... told me that to be truly happy in life you had to first understand where you really wanted to be geographically. I’m not sure why he shared this with me, but when I asked he said he’d been here for 20 years. I assume he'd found his geographical sweet spot as he did indeed seem very content.
Our next stop was St John’s Parish Church, a lovely neo-Gothic building overlooking the Atlantic. The current structure was completed in 1836 to replace ...