King's Beach Village
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... s even a new gluten free, vegetarian cafe. Yes, we are still in Barbados.
We pick the guys up and head to the supermarket for supplies.
Back at the hut (as we've started to refer to the villa for some strange reason) Ruth and Malcolm slave over a hot stove making a jerk sweet potato and black bean curry. (For the uninitiated jerk is a very spicy caribbean seasoning). It's absolutely fantastic. ...
... us on a 3-4 hour tour where we saw $3000 per night hotels and the homes of Tiger Woods and Ricky Martin. We stopped at a church and saw abandoned sugar mills. Our last stop was a view point of the Atlantic Ocean, where we had a drink and enjoyed the view.
We stopped for souvenirs before getting back on the boat.
We left Barbados late in the day to do an 18 hour overnight sail to the French island of Martinique, the northern most island in the Windward Islands.
We had decided to stay on anchor at Bridgetown as the weather had become very windy and squally, also we were keen to welcome "Awaroa" in as they had made great time from the Canaries. They anchored behind us just before midnight on ...
... in a cool kinda way. A bit later, just before we wrapped up, the guide asked if I'd like to dive deeper. "Sure," I said, knowing Kim wasn't looking. She had already given me the shake of shame for going through the first time. This second time was challenging. We penetrated into the vessel at about a dozen feet, then went down into the wheelhouse, through a small opening, then up the spiral staircase. The guide took the side door, but ...