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- Swimming pool
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... football stadium for Boca Juniors which is known to the locals as the Bombonero due to being shaped like a chocolate box. I decided to seize my chance to see some Argentine football and went to see Boca vs Arsenal (yep, there's an Arsenal in Argentina and they suck here as well). Boca Juniors are the most successful team in football history alongside AC Milan and have produced many famous footballers like Diego Maradona and Carlos Tevez. Riquelme also plays for them and is ...
... as he ship ploughed on, as we had to make up time. We had left Port Madryn four hours late as the wind was too strongly against the ship to allow it to sail away safely. That night was the Officers' Ball in The Crow's Nest. This was really just a dance where the officers of the ship turned up and danced with some passengers. We went up there but ended up talking to an Irish couple and a lady from Alabamba.
Montevideo in Uruguay was ...
... has mirrors in it. I was just checking myself out when a really hot guy got on. Awks. We rode down to the bottom floor but the elevator wouldn't open. Alas this was not my Mindy project. Team decision was to go up one floor and walk one floor to get out - which worked! Anyway all I got from Hottie was that he was born in Bolivia and lived in America for a while - which is why he had such good english! While I waited for the receptionist I started ...
... building stood out like Rach and I do on any of the beaches here on the East coast. It seemed as though air conditioners were an afterthought post construction and window shading was a free for all...
The city was nice enough, with some good variety being close to the docks, city center and an impressive esplanade next to the crisp Atlantic Ocean. We ...
... because of an approaching storm. The ship gets rocky around dinnertime, but it’s not horrible…yet. It’s after the quick trip to the launderette that the ship begins to rock and roll. Thankfully, it’s late enough for us, so it’s bedtime. Rain drizzles on the deck in the morning. It’s cloudy, but not so horribly windy or rocky. The people who join us in Rio take up all the good spaces around the ship. Even my ...