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... all went together. Vietnamese rolls with Peanut sauce followed by grilled salmon and salad for me and mango cheesecake - all very yummy. Doug had the Vietnames rolls and a cold Pina Colada soup followed prime ribs … he had no room for dessert.
By the time dinner was finished it was about 9.30 … another quick wander around the shops and then back to the cabin for an early night … but I read instead and it ended up being a late night ...
... in England…I really don't like bumpy.
We will probably
head down to Crooner's bar later for our last cocktails and martinis of the
trip. I think that we are both very much
looking forward to seeing all six of our villainous cats now….I miss all their
See you all when we
are safe home.
... We awoke refreshed & rejuvenated! Time to hit the town! We hit one of our favorite spots, Coconuts Bahama Grill. Absolutely love that place! Right on the water and we were there just in time to catch the most amazing sunset. Stunning! Dinner was incredible, as always. The best lobster bisque I'd ever had. It had WHOLE lobster claws in it! After dinner it was a moonlit stroll on the beach. The perfect end to a perfect ...
... desk recommended I try Pelican Landing for lunch. WOW! This was a great place for lunch and the fish burrito? Oh I am addicted to it now.
On the walk back to the hotel I had a chance to check out some of the fabulous yachts anchored there. The one that caught my eye was the Cakewalk. It was actually for sail... for only 213 MILLION. The crew told me they were actually going to take a loss on it at that price. ...
... I was quite close to the front of the plane, so managed to get off early and leg it over to Immigration. You would not believe that it took a little over 2 hours to shuffle to the front of the queue and be put in a line for the desk. They only had 6 ...