Plum Tree Club on Rockley Golf Course
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... and the next thing I know I'm being presented with a bottle of spit... Rodd had also given them some vegemite and a koala so that helped I'm sure! Before we knew it we were heading back to the dock. I would absolutely recommend doing this, it was $115pp but so nice to only have such a small group.. at one stage we saw a couple of big barge type boats that our guys called "cattlemarans" or the "refugee boats" and these are the ones that those that booked through ...
... offers us her umbrella - how thoughtful and kind. Just sums up people in Barbados really. Just another one of the many reasons why we want to live here.
Ruth is back just in time to get unto the bus. But this bus is going to St Albans not Oistins so we get off in Holetown to change buses.
Oh how convenient, we're opposite Surfisde and there's more than enough time for a quick drink. As we walk in there's Mark our ...
... was between six and eight feet high. I had seen it coming, so I turned my back. As soon as it hit me I felt my sunglasses rip off of my face. I immediately dove to try to recover them; however, the surf was too strong and the water too murky. I will have to call Wal Mart to replace them.
That evening before dinner we stopped in the hotel bar for a beer, the Sand Bar. We tried 10 Saints. It is one of my favorites ...
... into the submarine like you see it being done in the movies! Exciting! Once inside the sub, we all sat in 2 lines facing the portholes. And then it started - we slowly descended - 30 feet, 90 feet, 110 feet and finally 137 feet the maximum depth for the dive that day.
It was absolutely breathtaking what we saw underwater! Coral everywhere, schools of fish - big and small - turtles, stingrays, a shipwreck even! That was the best way to get that deep and see ...
... formal cocktail party. We got dressed up and went along to the Neptune Lounge for more free champers and to be greeted by Captain Magnus Rodberg, the Norwegian master of the Braemar. The captain was a bit of a joker and made an amusing speech. We managed a few refills of our glass before making our way to the Grampian Restaurant on Deck 8.
We were allocated table 35 and met our table companions for the first time. There was Colin and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking