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... of 2000 people chose to go ashore and each Tender holds 100 people so as you can imagine it took quite some time to get there. We didn’t get to leave the ship until about 10:30. We found a nice spot and went for a swim while others snorkeled, sailed, went for banana boat rides, hired canoes, stand up surf boards, etc. Lunch was provided between 11:30 & 1:30. We had to line up there to help ourselves from the buffet. We swam and relaxed until about 2:00 ...
... sanctuary.Four double-decker tenders ferry passengers from the anchored ship to a secluded dock at the southern end of the two-mile long crescent beach.
We got there early and had our pick of the many beach lounges spread along the sand. Four-person clam shell cabanas were available for rent, and for parties of up to 12 revelers, there are two-storey beach cabins for rent with large hot ...
... more shops, another bar set up, another barbeque and another beach volley court too. It was a shame that we had limited time there – 9am – 3.30pm because it really was a pretty spot.
One other thing we did was to go the local Craft Market which was tucked away behind the Princess shops. Unfortunately “admittance” to this fenced off area was restricted by a security guard pointing to a sign that a cruise card and ...
... the American football game by the pool. (I was in the water of course). It was, on
the whole, a very relaxing non energetic day!
Now we are sitting on the balcony enjoying a lager having just finished
the evening trivia where we performed badly by our standards. Dave did well and
got all the colours on the Chilean flag correct. We won't mention the scrabble question and
how many points is K worth…….
Right now, we ...
... in the day had lessened and the jaunt back to the boat into the wind was not a difficult one.
We spent five nights anchored in the northwestern corner of the harbor for the passage of two separate frontal systems. The temperatures were very cool and we had to unpack some warm clothes. On Monday, March 4 after brisk winds through mid-afternoon, we moved across to the eastern side of the harbor near town. In the meantime, we had done ...