Cedar Palm Villa
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Well Dominica was an awesome landing, but St. Lucia was nice too. We hit a slight bit of turbulence and had one of those tummy lifting drops. It was great. I got a few more pictures of this landing and as usual not all I wanted because Ian was asleep in my lap. All and all a great landing. Rod wanted to make sure that everyone knows to get the nice shot on approach they should sit on the left side. He had a view of the Sandals resort sign on his side of the ...
Sunday 13 January
Very rough night - kept waking up. Large swell this morning but at least the sun is shining so it's not too bad - too rough to walk around the deck...that's a shame, I was looking forward to that!
Didn't do much at all today on account of the swell but staggered to the Cafe Bordeaux for lunch which was very pleasant. Another super dinner and then we watched a show 'Boogie Nights' which was very colourful and noisy but I still managed to doze ...
... down with an extreme décolletage for the time.
We have another successful Select Dining experience, still fronting up for all 4 courses, plus coffee, then look in at the Classic Rock Night late night dancing at the Reflections lounge on Deck 11, but the music is pretty ordinary, basically going through the motions competently, but unenthusiastically, played by the “Party Band Carousel”.
Cruise Day 4 Tuesday 10th ...
... might be pushing his luck a bit with getting us back to the ship on time) raced back towards the port. But not before we got our lunch to go - beautiful warm bread that had just come out of his aunty's oven with cheese. So we happily munched away on our bread and cheese back to port where we said our farewells and gave our thanks to Cosol and his team (especially the booze service!).
What an eventful day! We were pretty knackered after that - ...
We left Martinique for our final push to St. Lucia. The sun rose just in time to give us some light as we entered Rodney Bay. We didn't stay long for we wanted to get to the Pitons, these 2 jagged mountains along the west coast, having intentions of climbing them. We were all excited to get to Soufriere, the town where we'd anchor, but as we entered the bay our opinion almost immediately changed. We ...