I didn’t do much.
Chennette picked me up in the airport, without water :-(
I was dying of thirst!
The next day I did what I usually do.
Chennette also took me to a Bajan grocery. And boy is Barbados expensive! But on that positive note, I got sushi nori, japanese rice vinegar, toasted black sesame seeds, wasabi powder…and…a vanilla bean pod! :)
What shall I cook?
We also fulfilled one of the three things on Chennette’s list to do in Barbados (in honour of her student days, I think). We went to Chefette’s, Barbados’ fast food place.
The next day we dragged ourselves out and caught a Z-van into Bridgetown.
That’s when we bought the camera (*sob*), thus checking off something else on her list, i.e., we went to Cave Shepherd!
Actually we went into two Cave Shepherds (the one in Warrens and the one in Broad Street, Bridgetown).
Before buying the camera we tried to get the last thing off her list but unfortunately the cafeteria on the top floor of Cave Shepherd was closed. It closes sometime before 3pm on a Saturday I guess. She wanted me to have “traditional food”, i.e. macaroni pie and flying fish.
Oh well. We just would have to find somewhere else to do that I guess.
But it was supposed to be cheap there and as students they would rush down there to get cheap food.
And, in case you’re interested, a picture of Chennette and me in Bridgetown :)