Where do I start?
The resort is beautiful. Even before we got here, flying over the calm blue ocean was enough to scare the depression right out of my body. When we got here, it was hot. And I do mean hot. The average temperature has been around 35.
The food is so delicious. I try and have the local food as often as I can. That mostly consists of fish and seafood. I have been pigging out so much I don't know if I'll be able to fit in the economy seat on the flight back. What a fantastic reason to ask for an upgrade.
So far we've spent most of our days laying in the sun reading books. We did go snorkeling the other day and saw sunken ships and coral reefs. I also saw flying fish and when I got back to the resort looked them up and found out that Barbados use to historically be known as "The Land of the Flying Fish" but now due to the harbour they opened up near Bridgetown (capital of Barbados) the pollution has driven them away from the area (there is your informative part of this entry).
We fly back Thursday but don't actually get to England until Friday. If this entry isn't making a lot of sense or the grammar and spelling is all over the place, its probably because I have just come out of the sun and may have a little sun stroke. LOL Who cares?? I have a tan!!!
I miss all of my Maidstone crew! I know I'm sad, here I am in the sun, in the company of very old and retired people and all I can think about are my pale and pasty, gorgeous friends back home. I do miss you all even though you're now cursing my name because I'm not there for half term and someone else has to pull all day shifts in Children's. I say HAHA to all of you!
Anyway, I can't wait to see you all. Hope we can all go out to lunch on Monday (as long as it's not my turn to pay)!