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Travel Blogs from Eleuthera
... on board so it must be more to do with the length and
structure of the cruise. Most here have
been good as gold. It is just the odd
one which makes it to the blog!
Tomorrow is an
"at sea day" and then we have three stops on the trot. Looking forward to them all! The weather is gorgeous and is set to stay
nice for the rest of the week we hope.
Really hot and sunny. Hope
everyone is okay! Can't believe it is
getting close to ...
... of the day was trying some of the traditional food eaten on the island. We both drew the line at raw conch salad, but enjoyed the chicken very much. They also made some interesting cocktails for us to taste. The people of the island were much like those we met in Aruba last year, really friendly and smiling and not at all pushy with regards to selling souvenirs. I got John a present from here! (Dad John). ...
... Then we came back to the room to do our packing up so our suitcases could be set out for the mornings disembarkation. And then the seas got rough! We were both feeling the effects of it and so we popped a couple of anti nausea pills and decided not to eat supper. After cruising and eating very well this trip, it probably won't hurt us to miss a few meals anyway" Tomorrow we will be back at Port Everglades where were began our adventure on the Coral ...
... when we arrived. So instead we paid for internet access at Dingle’s, which proved excruciatingly slow (many of the cruisers use that network) and it took Donna all morning just to search for her airline reservation to visit home in April. By mid-day, the restaurant was open and we walked down the road the short distance with the hope that the connection would be better. It was. Donna was able to complete her airline reservation there, ...
... probably go and have a look around Fort Laurderdale. On securing our position on top deck his morning we got settled for a bit of sunbathing. 5 minutes in and the heavens opened, it thrashed it down. So we did what any sensible people would do. We got in the outdoor hot tub. It was ace. Sharon nearly killed a man, she got in one of the tubs and he was fast asleep. She scared him senseless, and being about 90 I'm surprised he didn't have a heart attack. At this point ...