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It feels as if we are waiting forever and then they finally arrive. It's Phil's first trip to Barbados and so far he's very impressed.
We strongly encourage them to have a rest because we're off to The Cliff for dinner and with the 5 hour time difference they will be struggling to stay awake. But they're too excited and spend the afternoon chatting and getting into the place which means ...
... but the Sunderland fans went off to lunch very happy with that final score. :-)
We spent the rest of the day pottering around the ship, watching the birds and flying fish, and enjoying some cold beer and cocktails. Tonight was the Captain's Gala Party and was a formal evening, so we had to be ready at 5.30pm which is a bit on the early side to be attired in formal wear, but that's the way it goes.
I went along ...
... a mild and pleasant tropical climate.
By the time the Brits arrived in the early 17th century, the indigenous Arawaks were long gone. Yet a crucial piece of evidence remained…a primitive bridge. Later on, after a new bridge replaced the old one in the same spot, the area became known as Bridgetown. Like so many other Caribbean islands at the time, Barbados adopted a plantation culture, ...
... owns the Ottawa Senators. Thus, they were playing all the hockey games via internet feed. Double eff ya. We watched the boys in blue play the Islanders, earning a point but not two.
Things that make me include:
-Beer buckets that have 7 beers not 4.
-an 8 year old ordering a peach daquiri and the waitress having to ask if they want it virgin.
Ok.. time to go do nothing.
I am getting ready to go away for the night, and don't really have time to write an extensive post (because I've written so many of those), but for now I will post some pictures and video of stuff I've done, then hopefully write about them later. ...