All Seasons Resort Europa
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... of bagels and peanut butter and plain yogurt and some fruit, we walked off the ship around 9am. It was only a 10 minute walk to the bus depot. After a short wait, we hopped a bus to Holetown - bus fare $1 US each. (This bus also goes to "Pie Town" and that sounded very tempting!) We rode a "government" bus - just a normal big bus. Get on, put your money in the box, get your ticket. The city busses are blue with yellow stripes. We asked the driver to let us out ...
... and them to the hut to join the others. She says that her massage was lovely but she didn't sleep as she had planned.
We've planned a simple meal this evening - a BBQ - but this is BBQ Ruth and Malcolm style so it's a feast and of course we can't finish it so tomorrow's lunch is ready.
Over dinner Ruth and Malcolm announce their plans to go out for a romantic meal tomorrow night so ...
... what it must have been like some 500 years ago to sail on these same seas. It would have been much darker as there were probably just a few lanterns. It would surely have been much more quiet. Just the wind in the sails and the hull cutting through the sea. And probably most disturbing would have been the navigation devices. I feel much more "sure-footed" with all of the modern navigation devices.
First stop, St. Lucia ...
... 1994. Today he will be our guide and responsible for showing us those sites that offer the best photographic experiences. He discussed the history of the island and it geographical attributes along with tips on taking good photographs. The stops that we would make were at locations that offered unique landscapes for the photographer.
As today's tour was somewhat different for us, we are going to do a different report on the port that we normally ...
... formal cocktail party. We got dressed up and went along to the Neptune Lounge for more free champers and to be greeted by Captain Magnus Rodberg, the Norwegian master of the Braemar. The captain was a bit of a joker and made an amusing speech. We managed a few refills of our glass before making our way to the Grampian Restaurant on Deck 8.
We were allocated table 35 and met our table companions for the first time. There was Colin and ...