Sol Antillas Barbados
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... fish market floor, swilling with guts and melted ice. I laughed at the miro costumes, paint splattered pantaloons and cardboard box masks. I like the contrast in his aquatints of sharp black scribble line and soft blushes of colour, which give depth and float like thought bubbles. I picked up an English walking guide to the GR22...which might suggest that I'll undertake this. It lists the refugees, length of each section in bite size pieces and walking ...
During the night the ship changed course for Mallorca in order to carry out a medical evacuation of a passenger. No word just rumours of the condition of the passenger evacuated. A nice day but a bit blowy so deck quoits and shuffleboard comps were cancelled since they take place on the top deck of Adonia. Therefore we spent a relaxing day around the ship. Dress code for tonight's dinner is Black & White night. ...
... it looks great. Unfortunately this tour is a bit rushed to actually get inside some of these places. They do however, give you an over view of what is here to see. We have about 1/2 an hour to wander some of the downtown area (mostly jewellery and cafes) before we have to head back to the ship. We head back and have some lunch. All in all this island seems like an expensive place for the rich and famous play in. Not the kind of place we will likely come back ...
... water, juices and ice cream. We are close to the break even point with 2 days to go. So last day drinks will be free!! Yeh! The other advantage of this is that you are not surprised by a large final day bill at check out when you discover that you consumed more than you thought. No show tonight so we will have pre-dinner drinks and will have dinner on our own as Alex and Julie are ashore for dinner and we don't sail till midnight. Ciao for now and tomorrow it is ...
... very rocky with no sand. We braved cooling off in the sea, which was great, but getting in and out of the water was anything but graceful - even for the girls! We escaped without slipping and breaking anything and headed to Port de Soller. I wanted to see the sunset here another time before heading home - we missed the sun actually going behind the hills, but the colour of the sky was still beautiful and we chilled with a jug of sangria for an hour ...