Tropical Winds Apartment Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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With a lot of coaxing and hand holding mum is in the water and enjoying it. It's so lovely to see and she's definitely benefitting from being in Barbados again. It's like having my mum back.
We wile away the afternoon, sometimes in the water and sometimes on beach. More beer, food and ice creams and it's time to head home.
Everyone is pretty wiped out so mum, Omara and Phil decide to stay home while ...
Thursday 17 January
Barbados! We docked early morning and watched Costa Delicoza and Brilliance of the Seas come in as well. We got a shared taxi (sharing with a right moaning Brit) to Holetown where we got comfortable in a cafe with wifi. Managed to get the first of the blogs published after some frustrating moments!
We then walked down to the Sandy Lane hotel to check out how the other half live! What ...
Barbados is one of those destinations that you've heard about and wondered about. At least, thats true for me. I can think of at least 2 songs where Barbados is the principal theme. A bit wiser to ourselves now we booked in an island tour as soon as we got off the boat. I was now prepared for the per passenger deal that they do here and so for$100 we got a 2 hour tour of not all of the island because it's too ...
... of which I brought back to the cabin and drank before the tiredness caught up and I too crashed out on the bed. :-)
Around 8.00pm a gentle knock on the cabin door announced the arrival of our suitcases. We emptied everything out and hung up all our clothes before going back to bed for the night. The Ventura was to stay in port overnight, allowing us to start our Caribbean adventure tomorrow, in the beautiful island of ...
... and her two daughters whom I'd remembered from the day before and periodically looked up to observe. The mother and older daughter looked nearly alike and that comes as a compliment. They went on many walks together while the younger daughter stayed in the shade to read as she was a redhead and quite fair vs. her tan and dark-haired sister, blond and medium-toned mother. My mother and I both adore red heads and I thought briefly of all the red-headed Irishmen ...