A Stone's Throw Away
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... was okay but since I was already pretty stressed out, and I don't fly often, I was a bit terrified. I was so anxious therefore I couldn't sleep. I arrived in Dallas and desperately wanted some food but not breakfast food. Damn it! apparently no lunch or dinner food at 3am in airports. I bought Doritos, kitkat and apple juice. LOL
I couldn't sleep on any of the planes. I was in and out of consciousness on the first one. The second one ...
... girls and ran inside. I even deserted my beer and garlic bread. Michelle to the rescue! After that excitement we were forced to sit inside and finish our dinner. I think the Bahama folk knew we were leaving as they put on quite a spectacular firework show. Sure is one way to say goodbye to their favourite Australians! :) Everyone was out on their balcony just taking it in, they definitely know how to put on a show here. After the grand finale of snap ...
... of the Seas so the town is quite busy. There are ferry across to Paradise Island and Cabbage Beach for $4pp , on Paradise Beach there is the Atlantis Resort which looks huge and very Disneyesque. We are happy just to walk round what is quite a pretty town with many, many jewellery stores and lots of others most of which are open. It seems better kept than other Caribbean Island towns, the ...
... buffets and the casino, well, attack may not be the correct word, and we did get some sleeps in.
At the end of six weeks we are all tired and this last day or 2 has helped us recoup a little.
Landed this morning, nostalgia set in...we are the last but 2 cruises on this boat as it hits dry dock for refurbishment in a week or so, We are almost thinking we might, someday, try cruising again, maybe........
... shop that had very cheap alcohol! I later saw that they limit the amount you can purchase on the islands otherwise you could get a lot for not much money at all. We just bought postcards and another bottle of coke. That night Tom and I dined in a restaurant called "The Tropicana Club". I had Australian lamb, just because I was feeling patriotic. And it didn't disappoint. Tom was missing his pasta so he had risotto for entree and pene for main! We spent a while dining, ...