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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 ...
... doesn't show up well...just click on it and it will enlarge. Oh yes...note that this time Richard is actually smiling! Not sure if it is because he is happy or the sun is getting into his eyes.
Tomorrow we return to Ft. Lauderdale and have breakfast with cousin Sharon...then on to Danny & Char's...it will be so nice to see them again.
... night thing...just went to the 7:00 theater to see the production, which was amazing and then on to dinner at the buffet. So...this is a perfect time to catch up and upload pictures.
Tomorrow we go to the Princess Cays in the Bahamas to enjoy a relaxing day on the beach. I don’t know how long Richard can stand it, but we’ll give it a go. If it get too much for him, we can come back aboard for any number of things here. Nite ...
... 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 ...
... Powell Point the wind increased to persistent 23-28kts (the forecast was for 15, gusting 20), and we had much more wind than we wanted. Fortunately the wind angle wasn't so close that we needed the genoa and we left it furled, leaving the main to manage against the wind on this brisk final leg. Of course, the wind slacked as soon as we got into Rock Sound Harbour as a line of clouds departed the vicinity.
We initially attempted ...