Ocean Bliss Apartments
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As everyone was leaving the ship today, breakfast was earlier than normal and so we did not go to the gym. We got our remaining stuff packed and ready to go. Discovered I had left our best sun cream up on the sun deck overnight which was no where to be seen of course after the overnight sail back to Bridgetown. Not happy.
Went through customs ok and got a taxi back to the Radisson - ripped off as it had gone up from $15 to $22 in a week. It was too early ...
... Mickey a little bit, but he is as phlegmatic as ever.
After breakfast we're ready to start the day.
Ruth and Malcolm prepare their loungers by the pool and its another day of sun worship for them.
Mum's nose is already buried in her book, which she has almost finished. I've lost track of how many she's read now.
Omara and Phil are chasing the shade as it is a supremely hot day. They end up sitting inside.
You guessed ...
... needed. There has been a strong breeze all day. We are discussing dinner over a cold Banks beer. Have to check in with WestJet tonight ... ( sigh) .. Thay really means we have to go home. Unless there is a storm in Toronto! How's the weather ...
... when I realised it was seafood night – but we both chose Seafood Cascade. White fish cooked in a white wine sauce with shrimps, served in creamed mashed potato with spring onions, with sweet potato crisps on the top and pesto around the outside. It was gorgeous!
Alvan has arranged for us to have a bit of an Island Tour tomorrow with one of his taxi driver friends. Should be ...
... off the heat. Downstairs the guy at the pool bar has cranked up a reggae mix tape. It reminds me of my first trip to Bali except I’m drinking Mount Gay instead of Bundy and the view’s better. But the sensation is the same – of being a stranger in a strange land but somehow feeling I belong here, at least for this particular moment. I’ve never figured out why, but some places feel like home even if you’ve never been there before. Barbados is one of those places.