Ocean Bliss Apartments
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... and the next thing I know I'm being presented with a bottle of spit... Rodd had also given them some vegemite and a koala so that helped I'm sure! Before we knew it we were heading back to the dock. I would absolutely recommend doing this, it was $115pp but so nice to only have such a small group.. at one stage we saw a couple of big barge type boats that our guys called "cattlemarans" or the "refugee boats" and these are the ones that those that booked through ...
It's a rain day today. Or should I say liquid sunshine as it is known here.
When the sun breaks through Ruth and Malcolm head out for a walk. Before long we notice that it is raining heavily and they must have been caught in it. Later on they tell us that they had to shelter under a tree to escape the downpour.
At the hut mum, Henry and I read and relax.
When Ruth and Malcolm get back they confess that ...
... restaurants and shops, colorful fishing boats and fishing charters, marks the place where the old sailing ships were tilted over and careened, so their bottoms could be scraped. This is the area where Barbados' famous, colorful wooden flying fish boats were once anchored between their trips out to sea. The boats have moved but are still nearby at the marina between Bridgetown and the cruise terminal.
Today the original bridge has been replaced with a stone bridge that has ...
... very spiffy with the famous hotel and an extremely modern mall with all the designer names (so thats where they shop!) as well as big
houses owned by the rich and famous and Wayne Rooney! Holetown looks very pretty with a shopping area of little huts all brightly painted.
The beach cafe at Mullins Bay is part of the Westmoreland hotel but all the Barbadian beaches are public so half of the beach is covered by ...
... richest men on the island who invented some kind of juice box. Dang, why couldn't I have thought to do that?
The plan was to anchor and do what we wanted for an hour or so. Given the incredible heat, all 25 of us decided to jump in the water immediately. One by one, we jumped from the boat and despite my fear of heights, I leaped in to the refreshing sting of the water. There were absolutely no waves at this beach and the water was even ...