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... quite a lot of rum left. "We need to finish this rum" he says, "but it's so strong." I smile as I remember again that Mount Gay had indeed contributed to his recent demise.
That defeat had resulted in a few days of abstinence but I noticed since Sunday that he is getting back into the fray. I think the wife has given him permission to drink again.
Only 3 sleeps left. Groan, groan, groan.
... Vancouver- Leonard makes great hot sauces! Yellow Apple was really good. When he asked where we were from he said " more of you?" And shortly afterwards a group of 4 from Thunder Bay walked by- we didn't know anyone.we continued our walk and went through the market in Cheapside on our way back to Swan and Broad street. Roti was our lunch. Delicious! A bit more ...
... of lively bars and restaurants playing loud music. Again very busy and the same great vibe. Alvan gave me the blog title tonight when he told us the moto of Barbados is "Never a dull moment", well it fits in so many ways.
Lisa had been island hoping all day starting in Caymen and transferring in Trinidad so was probably more weary than we were so we called it a day (well it was just after midnight so Claire did well)
... Boddington's. A lot of people were up dancing, but we didn't really fancy it, mainly because we risked losing our seats as new people kept arriving on the deck all the time, so it was getting more and more crowded. Not surprising really with 3,078 passengers; that's the most passengers of any ship we've been on.
We were tired as the jet lag was starting to kick in again, so we waited until midnight to see in 2012, do the Auld ...
... at the dinner table were Tatayana and Dimitriy from Russia (with love...). We got to know them the least because they were across the table from us, like they are across the world. They were hard to hear and harder to understand. Tatayana spoke some English but was fluent in German (and Russian, of course), so she liked to sit near Victoria.
Global Warming. How about that? Every single day holds a surprise for us!