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... she sing. After the show the ship had a movie on the back deck outside under the stars, it was appropriately Magic under the Moonlight staring Colin Firth & Emma Stone, it was pretty good.
November 30, Sunday
We arrived in our final port of call Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, we are in port from 8:00am until 5:00pm. We walked to the Malecon which is 6 1/2kms from the ship, there are a lot of shops there and is a major tourist area. We had lunch on the beach, 2 fish ...
... calm sea but with overcast skies. We’ve speant the time getting familiar with the ship, visiting as many of the venues as we can get in – even cooking show learning how to make Penne Alla Boscaiola.
By comparison, MS Zaandam vs. Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-of-the-Seas – we are 181,603 less in total gross tonnage and 409’ shorter (1.3 football fields) with a total passenger capacity of 1,432 people as opposed to ...
We woke up at 5 am to get a good jump on the desert and our goal of Barrel Springs by days end, a short 16.7 miles away. Trail was underfoot by 6 am and we put the hammer down, averaging a solid 3 mph pacing. We cruised all day long with extremely cooperative weather. Overcast sun and strong breezes mean we didn't overheat or over exert ourselves at any point today. Shocked and satisfied were the themes of today as we pulled into Barrel Springs at only 1 pm! ...
... a let down, we wanted to see the gorillas, there was meant to be 6 of them but you could only see one right over the back where you couldn't really get a good look. Highlights of the day were, riding the massive zip line carts high over the zoo from one side to the other, the giant tortoises having sex, the orangoutangs, one in particular named Karen that put on a little show right in front of the glass doing ...
... to sort out our packing and prepare for the trip home. No issues driving and dropping the car off at the airport (thank you Hertz). The airport in San Diego was undergoing some renos, so not a lot going on there. Uneventful trip home.
With almost a year gone since the trip and looking back, I definitely want to return to San Francisco, Yosemite, Carmel and do the PCH drive again (but take 3-4 ...
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