Tropical Winds Apartment Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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Up bright and early again today as we have a tour booked with R&R cruising for a day on a catamaran soaking up the rays and snorkeling, this one I'd heard about from "Lakeguy" on Cruise Critic, Lou and his wife Nancy had done this tour last year and were doing it again, that's a good recommendation! Once again we went to the main dining room for breakfast instead of mixing it with the masses at the buffet, this is always a great option as they have yummy things ...
... Malcolm went to a place in his head where everything is made of chocolate).
On the food and drink front we did another BBQ of shark and dolphin and the old folks (mum and Henry that is) watched some films and the rest of us went to bed.
The next morning we discovered that Phil stayed up later than everyone else and went for a midnight swim! Don't worry he lived to tell the tale.
... pilot whale sighting and we were tailed for a couple of hours on one day by an un identified fish around 2 meters in length. Only saw 2 other yachts on the way over. Dropped Tom off at the airport earlier today for his flight back to the UK and plan to head over to St Vincent tomorrow lunchtime. More details of the passage to be posted ...
... the heck the players were doing. But I won't bore you with a description of a game that can take several days to play. Not here at least.
The tour of the Abbey was nice. It includes the old plantation home, with an original Thomas ******* brand flush toilet. That's right, we have the picture to prove it. I got to use an official *******. After that excitement, we visited the outbuildings, the distillery, and watched an 18 minute film shot by ...
We came down the steps of the plane into a blast of hot Caribbean air and got on the rickety, rattling little bus which would take us to the ship, bypassing all the passport control and security and baggage reclaim palaver. The bus driver welcomed us to Barbados and completed the holiday atmosphere by putting on some loud soca music, which I absolutely love! It's the sort of music that just makes you want to dance, ...