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... at each other until every ship but one has been sunk. It was quite amusing and a bit amazing to watch!!!
We then caught the city bus back to the port and returned to the ship to be greeted with the great news that our request to change to an early dinner seating had been granted. The news was even better when we got to our table and met a group of table mates who could 1) actually hear normal ...
... talked with a couple from Texas who arrived a bit later.
The vibe of the place was pretty quiet (well it was a Monday night) but once we started talking to people it turned into a much friendlier feel.
Their 'Supremely Self Conscious Black Ale' was really nice, but the winner for sure was
the 'Imperial Russian Stout with Kona Coffee, Hazelnut, Chocolate, And
Vanilla'. It was smooth and strong and so so delicious!
By the time we'd finished those, the Texans ...
Well it's here. I’m really doing it. Tomorrow at 9 am I’ll be on a flight to travel Asia for 2 months. I’ve been talking about it for so long that it doesn’t seem real. I had a bit of a freak-out moment yesterday realizing I have no income coming in. What is in my bank account is IT. By giving myself a pep-talk, running every inspirational quote regarding travel through my head and ...
... a table along one of the pathways. We spent five hours in The Lost Forest, Northern Frontier, Panda Canyon, Asian Passage, Elephant Odyssey, and had to hurry to see Urban Jungle, and the Outback before it was time go to meet Maureen and Larry for dinner.
Once back at the RV Park we set out for Isa-Bella Pizza, just off nearby Moreno Boulevard. During happy hour they offer a free pizza when you order a pitcher of beer and appetizers are $6 during h.h. The outdoor ...
... would be no further questions, I was hungry and had never spoken to a waitress for so long in my lifetime. It was like a Spanish Inquisition, but I fear my torture wasn't over for then I was asked what salad dressing I would like, before another never ending list of random concoctions was reeled off at pace. I didn't want to further my reputation as an idiot so this time I simply picked the first option and drew a sigh of relief when she left to pick on somebody else. It ...
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