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... were out at sea somewhere and the signal was weak.
Then yesterday morning just before we docked, I had a "lightbulb" moment ... I have to access Microsoft Picture manager from the %$#%^&* Windows 8 screen - Stupid Stupid 13 yo geek boy idea for that version of Windows !!
Unfortunately there was no time do upload anything before we left the ship for the day.
Last night after updating the text on my laptop to cut and ...
... trip to avoid the Minnesota winter. Today's driver and guide was the venerable Roystand. Our drive began on the same road we'd driven on for both of our previous tours, a pothole-filled road with twists and turns. The twists and turns, though, were just beginning. There's a roundabout in the middle of the island - it connects all the main thoroughfares across the island with roads leading north, south, east and west. The roads change dramatically depending on which leg is chosen. ...
... and finished the day off by tasting fresh fruits and fruit juices from the island. The people of Dominica are extremely nice and hospitable. They made our trip very worthwhile, and all of us on the ship definitely have already had a life changing experience. But there are many more of these to come!
We are currently sailing down the Amazon River, which is the longest river in the world, and are set to arrive in Manaus, Brazil on Sunday. We will be staying ...
We saw-I think it was called the emerald pool-another waterfall like in Puerto Rico, where you walk through the rainforest to get to it, and there is a natural pooling where you can swim. While yes it was a crystal green in color, it also started raining very *******ce we got through the rainforest to the waterfall, and all around it looked ...
Marty-Having people such as Nathaniel and Ariel on board was a great asset at this point. They had activities planned as people had sponsored them for their wedding. All we had to do was nod and agree. The first day we were to go snorkelling, the next a hike to the boiling lakes. No idea what either of these entailed, but was very easy to agree to rather than plan anything ourselves. This was all organised through a local guide, Pancho, a very vocal, very stoned ...