Plum Tree Club on Rockley Golf Course
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... was more excited to see where Tiger Woods got married and where Rihanna purchased an apartment for a meagre $22m.
Then it was off to see all things cricket related, which of course is the national sport. So we are now well versed in the cricket legends of the West Indies and where on the island they live, which will no doubt come in handy sometime in life! Perhaps the next trivia game!! Raoul ...
... the end of a small dirt road and found some amazing views of the norther tip of the island. It was a breathtaking site! Also a little hair-raising because the cliffs are so high and the ocean so powerful! Robbie and I were a bit anxious about one of us falling so we were the cliff police!
After taking some great photos we headed back to meet the Segway people.
We chose the Segway tour because each of us was able to drive our own, even Robbie. It was the right ...
... shopping. We discover a ready prepared fish cake mix and decide that we will make them for an afternoon snack to accompany the rum punch that we plan to drink.
Sitting by the pool we enjoy the snacks and before you know it we've polished off the punch, three quarters of a bottle of rum and a jug of mango daiquiri. I wonder why we're feeling tipsy? Poor mum falls asleep and pretty much stays asleep until bed time. We have to wake her up to eat ...
So... we woke up this morning right back where we started from, in Bridgetown, Barbados. We didn't have to disembark the Ventura for the airport until 3.30pm, so we more or less still had a full day of our holiday to enjoy.
Some people would be nervous of going on a long-haul flight (or indeed any flight) on Friday the 13th, but this was the third time we'd done it. New York to Montréal on 13th June 1997, and ...
... near the coast because of the phalanx of buildings. Turning up the hill, we passed the Sandy Cove golf club, where Tiger Woods got married. As well as many more large homes.
As we crossed over the island, we changed from the homes of ex-pats and wealthy transients to the homes of locals. The west side of the island is mostly coral, and supports construction well. The east side of the island is sandier, much more susceptible to landslides. Locals plant ...