Ocean Bliss Apartments
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... lunch we dodge into Cave Shepherd for a couple of t-shirts and then back to pick up the rings.
Time to head back home. Another exciting reggae bus ride. I think Phil particularly enjoyed the banging bass line.
Everyone disappears for a lie down and reemerge later to decide our plans for the evening but no one can decide so Omara and Phil suggest we stay in and find whatever we can to eat. ...
... to their satisfaction rating. In all honesty, this was one of the best days ever. If you ever get to visit Barbados, you really have to take a trip on Tiami Catamarans.
We arrived at their terminal, removed our shoes, and boarded the Tiami II. The captain gave a safety briefing, letting us know that it was windy and we should hold on to our hats. He said the only hats he would go back for were ones ...
... 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)
... each, and Trevor went off to get them at the nearby bar.
Just then, some snot-nosed kid came up to me and asked if I was an Ocean Club member and I told him "no". He then asked if I was staying in the hotel and I had to say no to that too. So he told me we couldn't use the sun-loungers and it was a private beach! This may well have been true, but I didn't appreciate some snotty kid, who looked about 12, telling me that! At ...
... on the main road going parallel to the shoreline. It was still dark so there wasn't much to see other than the warehouses we passed. There was a large cricket/soccer stadium I remember seeing. The run itself was rough. My left shin was still sore so that kind of limited me. There were a few hills. But I think the main challenge for me was running in the dry heat. And the sun didn't even come out yet! Sometimes ...