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... next purchase. The comedienne was very funny and we all enjoyed him. Time to go get out pictures. Afterwards I went back to the casino for slots, but finally gave up. These slots are very different and no fun. We watched Rebecca, Ricky and Glenn at the roulette wheel and then decided to head to our room. We still have to put tags on our luggage and set it out by midnight. We said our good-byes to everyone and stopped at the bar for a bottle of water. We ...
... possessions in this world. 15 minutes later and we are passing by some amazingly big and beautiful properties on the waterfront belonging to such celebs as Oprah, Tom Cruise, Sean Connery & Tiger Woods. The contrast is extreme. We cross a narrow inlet to Salt Cay and pull into Blue Lagoon which certainly lives up to its name. The waters here are so clear and blue. We have opted for just the beach break today but some others are doing the ...
... and we were introduced to Katie our trip photographer. Our first dive was a 3 part dive we dove on a crashed House boat then down a wall that descends 680000 feet however our dive floor was 100 feet, we then headed back to 40 feet to a crashed DC3 airplane that crashed 40 years ago. Our second dive was called James Bond it had 2 wrecks, the first was a boat used in one bond film where a torpedo was shot through a boat that had nukes, the other was a plane crash ...
Nassau- Where the Beauty of the Nature meets the warmth of the people.
Nassau the capitol of the Bahamas, is the most populated island. It has the 2/3 population living on the island and it is the only island with the best of all worlds. The beauty of the beaches, the city life and of course the world famous Atlantis Resort and Water Park.
the City itself is very laid back and small. A Stay there will revive us from our stress from the ...
... show went off the ship’s port side as we sailed southeast of Great Abaco Island, Bahamas. It’s the first Norwegian ship to feature an on-board fireworks display. Pretty neat!
The ‘80s party died out quickly thereafter, so we called it an early night and returned to our cabin at 9:48 to get ready for bed. Then watched a “Mighty Ships” documentary on TV at 10:15 about Breakaway’s inaugural trans-Atlantic voyage ...
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