The Crane Residential Resort
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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 ...
As always we have a leisurely start to the day. We're on the countdown now as Ruth and Malcolm leave on Sunday and we go on Thursday. We just keep talking about how fast the time has gone and we're not ready to go home. Mum doesn't want to leave at all.
Over breakfast we exchange stories of our experiences of the two restaurants we went to last night - both very different of course.
It's a beach day ...
Having finished with Brazil, we're heading for home with a couple of Caribbean stops on the way. First up is Barbados, formerly a British colony and currently one of the more popular island stops (particularly for those overpaid types whose sole contribution to world peace is bouncing a ball or singing a song)- the islands' most recent claim to fame was the hosting of the Tiger Woods wedding. We turned Don T loose on a chatty ...
... that we have visited here in the Caribbean, the church was surrounding with an old cemetery with above ground burial sites. Many of the burial sites were dated from the 1600’s. We sat there and thought of the countless services, baptismals, weddings and funerals that must of occurred in the nearly 400 years of its existence as the primary church of Bridgetown, Barbados. The parliament buildings and the church were the principle reason we left the Chamberlain Bridge and walked ...
... case the receptionist called the room with the booking and it turned out that they did book the taxi but it sounded like they were still asleep! I guess they're not running the race today. We took their taxi.
It was still dark outside. It was about 70 degrees with no breeze. Not really humid like Jamaica last year but not ideal. We arrived at the start line which was at the Bay Street Esplanade. ...