Paradise Cove Beach Resort
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... and statues while you watch. We saw some beautiful pieces come back on the ship later.
Marilyn found a great tie-dyed embroidered T-shirt for a nice price - she was happy! I found my door sticker and I was happy. Off for lunch we stopped in at the Afterdeck Restaurant and sat out on the deck to take in the feel of the Marketplace and wildlife (geckos and pigeons). For lunch, Marilyn kept it simple ordering a lobster naan wrap. I didn't ...
... for a classical concert by the Rosario Strings.
As the concert ended and I headed up to the Windjammer for lunch a flood of people was streaming down the stairs. I'm not sure if the men's belly flop went to conclusion or was cut short but it ended with a flood of rain. Some people coming down the stairs were showing obvious red areas from the competition.
Fortunately, the afternoon activities didn't interest ...
Bu in a distance we saw there was a real bridge on the other side! We must have missed it somehow. That must be the way back. Back to where we started, took a turn we somehow overlooked and crossed the right bridge. So we're on the right road but then the road turns and dissapears so we're once again walking on unpaved trails and I stopped when I saw a gigantic spider web. No one has gone down this path because it's not a trail. We're going the wrong way again! At this ...
Our flight from Houston to Fort Lauderdale was horrible. Nik had to sit in between the two fattest people on the plane and I had to sit in a different row. For the first time in my life, I was actually scared when we went through some really bad turbulence. I thought that this can't be happening, we are on our way home, are we really going to crash??? The song that came to mind was the Alanis Morisette song “Ironic”.
We had ...
... is washed with lime, sliced into small cubes and mixed with diced onion, bell pepper and tomato and sprinkled with salt and hints of lemon, lime and orange juice and spiced with crushed habanero or goat pepper. An awesome experience. Enjoy it or salivate, BON ...