Port St. Charles
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The meal was fairly typical cruise fare, multiple courses, but smallish portions and a very expensive wine list, but the conversation was good.
We parted to go up on deck to see the sails set, the lights blazing as we sailed out of Bridgetown port.
The Royal Clipper is the largest sailing tall ship operating in the world and after exiting the port and leaving the pilot behind, the sails were unfurled we must have looked a ...
... to Dwight and was able to touch them multiple times. All of us were able to but Robbie most of all. Jenna was a little freaked out but managed not to panic too much!
Next we moved on to a sunken barge that is now home to a coral reef and many beautiful fish.This time Lester led the way explaining the different types of coral and sea life as we swam along. Again, Jenna was a bit frightened but toughed it out and ended up ...
... ride home. It's wonderful to hear that she and Andy are so loved up. What a great couple. We look forward to being invited to the wedding guys!
Back home mum, Ruth and Malcolm try to look innocent but have mischief on their faces. They've been on the mango daquaris again. Good for them.
They stay up,watching a film and we slope off to bed. Just another great day in Barbados.
We will get out tomorrow - I think :)
... The UNO love continues as we spread it across the globe.
One of our favourite days was aboard Cool Runnings which is a catamaran tour along the coast of Barbados. We got three stops to snorkel and swim with sea turtles. The atmosphere on the boat was great. The staff on the boat kept the booze flowing and Justin Bieber off the speakers. A memorable and unique experience which left us tipsy, exhausted and happy.
Also worth a mention was ...
Slept in this morning, until around 9am; woke to watch us maneouver into the dock. Two large cruise ships plus one sail-cruise ship were in port ahead of us – cruise ship arrivals into Bridgetown are no longer an interesting event. The locals used to come out with picnics to watch them arrive; not anymore.
I had some work-work to do this morning, so we took advantage of the late departure to take care of that. Too bad that I have to do it while on holiday, ...