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... the partition that separates the rooms had become unlatched. I called to the front desk and they came here so fast that Rich did not have his bathrobe on quick enough! Within minutes they had fixed the latch.
By the time I fell back to sleep, it was time to get up to exercise. I really do not like it. It is a very nice view, the air temp is warm, but that is it.
We had breakfast again up in the Lido ...
... too short visit. We didn't have a lot of time at Grand Cayman and our visit with Jason, Monette, and the girls, was far too short. But, here, we discovered family lore. We're so proud and so very happy for Jason and Monette for the way they are bringing up three very charming and lovely daughter's in Cayman. We can understand why Tony, is always waiting for more pictures of the girls, and why the families in Vancouver are always waiting for their annual visits. ...
... beer in between. An art auction was an odd way to spend the afternoon but it's what you'll do for a birthday freeby right? We probably shouldn't have but we now own an authenticated piece of art work with no home to put it in! As an apology from the art auctioneer for not being able to ship it to Australia, Dave was given smaller backpacker sized art and a bottle of champagne. This was perfect as we had something to drink over the free cake after dinner. The ...
... iPad and $500 cash in the claw-type casino machine.
We invited our Cincinnati videographer friend to dinner tonight. Her name is Tina and she lives in Batavia. She's 22 years old and has been on the ship for about 4 months now. She is a very enthusiastic young woman who provided some interesting background on the going ons on the ship and about the crew. She is not happy about her living conditions, ...
... that I was riding a bike somewhere, weird. All Anna remembers is sitting by the pool then waking up in the car so she isn't much help, and Geoff has a blank patch too, who knows what happened to Tracey and Ross they disappeared at some point, we probably said goodbye etc but I have no memory, that leaves Lucie the non drinking designated driver and to be fair we are probably lucky that she didn't leave us all there, there is nothing worse than a bunch of raving drunks when you ...
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