Port St. Charles
Travel Blogs from Saint Peter
Had a wonderful nights sleep to the gentle lapping of the Caribbean Sea. Could not see much from the balcony when we arrived late last night, but woke up this morning to a wonderful view of white sand and aqua blue sea. We could even see the 5 masts of the Royal Clipper in the distance. Went down to breakfast late, about 9:15 after a well earned sleep in. We weren't sure where the dining room was from the reception we came through yesterday evening, but found to ...
... more lovey dovey than they already are), so eating out seems like a great option for the rest us.
So it's time for the long trek back to the hut to see what everyone else is doing but it's so,hot that we decide to hop the bus for a few stops. The hill that we usually walk down is definitely a challenge on the way back.
We tell them about Bombas and everyone agrees to go there for dinner tonight. But we need to cool down and have a nap before ...
... the shell. That was a fun experience.
When we were in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, we stopped in a dive shop to look around. Inside I saw they had underwater cameras for sale. I inquired on a whim how much they were. The least expensive one was around $200, too much for me to consider. When I said that, the sales clerk said they did have disposable cameras for $20. The disposable cameras have film (remember ...
... We enjoyed some breakfast prosecco and livened up the morning orange juice with a few generous shots of vodka, whilst relaxing and waiting in excited anticipation for the holiday to come.
Eventually the flight was called and we boarded the A330 Airbus which would take us to Bridgetown, Barbados. It always reminds me of that 1974 "Typically Tropical" song that goes like this:
Whoa! I'm going to Barbados
... a smile wide.
Varita SheltonTell us about where you are from.
Varita: I was born and raised on the beautiful island of Barbados. However, in 1980 with the encouragement of my extended family and the promise of more opportunities I relocated to the United States. Barbadians are some of ...
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