King's Beach Village
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... emails to some of my fans. Yes, Peta Baby, I do have travel fans and you are one of them!
The first dumb bunny award goes to a gal who asks the shuttle driver if she needs the entry ticket for the lot to access the bus. Why would you possibly carry same? If you lose it, dumb bunny, you have a problem. You won't lose it if it is left in your car. Yes, there are dumb Canucks.
Air Canada used to board by rows. Now it uses zones. It's ...
... fins and goggles on and she pulls out a tube that says "SPIT"... I couldn't help myself I had to say something so she sprayed some in my goggles... wow what a difference that made, for the first time I didn't fog up... who knew you could buy spit in a bottle!! Once we were done with snorkeling we were served a fantastic meal, where I was well catered for as I'd told Rebecca via email that I'm a vegetarian. During the course of the meal I was saying how awesome the ...
... Phil and snacks for Omara. It's a good thing we have macaroni pie left over from last night.
We have a couple of skype conversations with Jacquie, Jenny and Simon before its time to get ready to head out. Jacquie stresses that mum must wear her cream and beige dress with her sparkly shoes. "It's The Cliff you known darling" she says.
Everyone emerges from their rooms looking very glamorous ...
... At the end of this visit we were again treated to various types of rum punch as well as some battered salt cod which was very tasty. We passed through the centre of Bridgetown on the way back to the ship. Many roads are named after famous cricketers, the greatest one being Gary Sobers, cricket being the national sport. This was our second visit to Barbados and we both think it is the best of the Caribbean islands we have visited so ...
... there were lots of stalls selling lots of different things – clothes, leather goods, sandals, souvenirs, wooden carvings and childrens toys to name but a few. Then there was a huge array of cooking stalls all conjuring up some traditional Barbados tucker .........didn’t sample anything but some of it looked and smelt so good. Lisa knew what some of the dishes were, scouse is a Barbados version of black pudding but made with ...