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... it was extremely busy...... Reminded us of the Gold Coast with St Kilda Melbourne atmosphere and people from L.A walking around.....and cars cursing the beat......cyclists, skate boarders, dog walkers you name it had it......a buzzing bustling atmosphere people everywhere, scantily clad, ..................eye candy everywhere, both men and women. Stopped and took a photo outside Carlyle Cafe were the ...
... sell fruit or repair mopeds, and farmers were working the fields outside without machinery.
Once at the boat dock we set off on powerboat. It was choppy and quite the ride! In minutes we were drenched from head to toe. Now I understood why they put the bigger bags in the hold and had us put all the rest of our small bags and belongs in plastic bags. I was getting a kick out of the ride, but I wasn’t sure if some of the older ...
... time I am very serious when I say that NEXT year we will limit the amount of gifts per kid. Really. I am very serious. :o)
In this blog you will find pictures of Chrsitmas Day, New Years Eve, fun times on the lake, a day out gliding in Homestead, visiting a Gator Farm down in Florida City and the cousins ice skating in ...
... over a Filipino man giving him CPR on the beach while surrounded by local onlookers not doing much of anything. A few moments later one of the bar staff pulled Andrew away and preceded with the help of a few other locals to remove the body by taking it straight through the crowded club. I remember seeing the limp lifeless body being carried out closely followed by Andrew and Alexis hysterically yelling "Someone just got ...
... dessert of Baked Alaska. The lights dimmed, and a parade of waiters holding candle-lit cakes marched from the kitchen through the dining room while passengers clapped and snapped photos. Our final dinner as a group was bittersweet; everyone had stories to share about something funny, interesting, or unique that had happened during the voyage. The next day Allan Schoenher, a biology expert, ...