King's Beach Village
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... underneath us the whole time. After that we headed to the west coast, cruised around a bit and found a great place to eat....Fumas. I had blackened barracuda and she got grilled red snapper...banging. Just got back to our room, putting down a Caribbean lager, and getting ready for tomorrow. Well be heading to the west coast to stay for the next few nights. Sandy beaches, fishing, and hanging ...
... to have great weather our whole trip; some days were a bit cloudy (which was good) with only a few short showers.
On Thursday morning I had my visa appointment at 8am. Matt waited for me at a local café. Luckily all went well and I was told my visa could be collected the following week. If it hadn't been approved I wouldn’t have been allowed back into the US so I was very relieved! We spent the next few hours exploring Bridgetown. There were a ...
... and cloudy with visibility probably about 20 feet. Probably 20 people are already in the water from other boats, but as we pull up they start to exit the water. We get in the water and are able to see 4 Hawksbill turtles immediately. For those of us experienced snorkelers, we enjoy watching these amazing creatures swim by us. However, the inexperienced snorkelers can’t figure out how to just relax and let the turtles come to them. Despite ...
... as we get to the main road Keisha drives by and gives us a wave as she whisks her client to their destination.
Now it's time for a drink and at last we can call into one of those lovey roadside bars that we've often passed but never frequented - we choose The Golden Anchor. There's a guy clearing up the debris from the night before who tells us that the bar doesn't open until later but he calls his colleague to serve ...
... our tour by experiencing the key sites of Barbados on a motor coach. The plan is to visit The Rum Factory (rum is the mainstay so far of all of the islands), Heritage Park and the Sunbury Plantation House. Our final stop will be at Medford Mahogany Creations where we'll get a tour of the mahogany carving factory and the famous carver.
Today our bus driver, Emerson, doubles also as our tour guide. Our tour began through ...