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... by the coast guard patrolling around the boat, complete with manned machine gun mounted on the bow. Apart from keeping pleasure boats away I suppose they are trying to stop 'stuff’ being thrown on or off the ship?? We turned south into some pretty rough seas and are off the Bahamas. The rough seas must be unexpected as water was slopping out of the pool near the Fitness Centre and flooding into the corridor. By the time we had eaten dinner it was 9:00pm. Back ...
We have a very nice room but OMG--there is a strange noise that randomly occurs at various moments, which sounds like a champagne cork popping -- LOUD, happened all thru the night and woke us both up and then made it difficult to sleep. We think it has something to do with the construction of the ship, but who knows? You know it's bad when the waiter at breakfast commented on how tired I looked this morning! :))
We arrived at the ...
... a cruise if you can’t spend all of the kid’s inheritance – and then off to the cabin where I tried to upload photos to the blog without success…they are just too big and my Microsoft Office has been updated to some new fangled rubbish that matches Windows 8 perfectly - all rubbish !!
Never mind, I will persevere to bring photos to you … hopefully none with people at Princess Cays who should have covered up but didn’t ...
... and we had a little game of fish chase right there on the coral
reef. He could have swum off completely
but he didn’t….he stayed just outside of my touching range the whole time and
swam around and around the rock.
I could have stayed
swimming with the fish for hours and hours but I could feel my shoulders
burning from the sun. Dave was relaxing
on a sun lounger in the shade of a palm tree and so I dragged myself from ...
... distance back across the bank to that location. There we could await the arrival of calmer seas and easterly winds due in several days to permit our intended visit to Harbour Island transiting the Devil's Backbone. More on that later...
We had visited the Glass Window with Bob and Wally soon after our arrival in the Bahamas last November and, rather than sitting out north winds near Spanish Wells without much to look at, the ...