Villa des Pitons
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... has walls full of various kinds of rum.
The drive didn't look that long, but because the roads went up and down the mountains and the ridges went in and out of the island, I really couldn't drive that fast. Also, the roads all have great gutters that I'm sure are fabulous in the rain, bt if you were to go over the edge of the road just a bit, you'd be majorly stuck. Keep in mind, I've been driving on the left side of the road in St. Kitts ...
... br> After last night's light sleep I didn't last into the evening. Sirens was performed in the theater but I was in bed by 8:30 and slept until almost 6.
As a parting shot, this is my first cruise from San Juan. I see the advantage as we are at ports not accessible on a 7-day cruise out of Florida. I am now fortunate that my retirement opens opportunities for longer cruises and it makes less difference to me, but it is still nice.
... wedding turns into a fantasy world of make believe, beset by a Groom's evil Mother. Story line bit hard to follow, but spectacular costuming, and quite good presentation. After dinner, a bit of late night dancing with the Celebrity Orchestra Big Band at the Rendez-Vous lounge on Deck 4.
Cruise Day 8 Saturday 14th April Bridgetown, Barbados
Barbados was ruled by the British, uninterrupted, for 340 years, until independence in 1966.
... its plants and animals. Our first stop was the St Lucia Volcano which is about 20 minutes out of town. The volcano gave Soufriere its name – Soufriere means sulfurer in French - and is billed as the only drive-in volcano in the world. The Pitons are actually two huge volcanic plugs that form part of the caldera. It’s currently considered dormant and hasn’t erupted for over 200 years.
We started at the Interpretation Centre where we watched a ...
... moved on out to the street that wound abound the harbor and headed into town.
Although the harbor was housing two large cruise ships, there was still room for small boats equipped with outboard engines. They were small fishing boats that fished and also put out lobster like traps. The walk into town was a nice walk as the breeze from the bays was blowing softly over the sidewalk and the sun had not heated up the city beyond the comfort level. The high ...