Port St. Charles
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... attitude of the locals. We succumbed to Raoul, a friendly young local who was keen to take us around the island in his very comfy taxi, so off we set to the west coast of the island where the rich and famous love to holiday. He was very knowledgable about the island and all its history so it was a great couple of hours. He showed us the oldest church on the island, dating back to the early 1600's ...
... then back to the sun again. We hopped into the warm sea and splashed around for a while, swimming to shore and back to the boat. We returned to the spot we left from just as the clouds rolled in.
We spent some time in our pool, even though it started raining lightly then hit the showers.I snuck in a nap on the chaise lounge out side. We were all pretty exhausted by our day at sea so we decided to eat in, watch a movie and get some sleep. ...
At Surfside we order breakfast and position ourselves to watch the match. Unfortunately we end up next to an Arsenal fan who is pretty loud and fairly obnoxious. Surprisingly no one else sits near him. As expected we lost to the Arsenal but gave them a good game.
Ruthy has a wonder down the beach after breakfast and buys some lovely earrings from a vendor. Maybe she'll wear them to The Cliff on Thursday?
It's time to pick up a ...
If you were to close your eyes while enjoying a "high tea in Trafalgar Square," you would swear you were in London - if it weren't for the warm breezes and emerald green waters enveloping you. Nicknamed "Little England" by some, Barbados is home to many museums that chronicle the island's rich past and over 100 shipwrecks along its reefs that are a playground for divers from around the world.
... our truck and six in the other. We had an excellent guide, Eric/k.)
Our first area of interest in Barbados was the Sandy Cove section – playground of the rich and famous. We passed Abramovich's massive house – an architectural nightmare of concrete and columns – as well as many upscale condos and hotels. Although beach access is provided a regular intervals – all beaches are public in Barbados – it was difficult to know that we ...