Arches of Grand Turk
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On the boat I...
ate lots of food
ordered room service
watched movies on the Lido deck
went to the Hasbro game show
learned how to fold towels
played Ping pong
ate fancy dinners
and met different crew members.
... to landlubbers). There are eleven decks (12, if you count the observation deck, and you should, because it’s a great place to take pictures from). So if you take the stairs as much as you can manage, then with all the toing and froing I am sure we are walking at least two miles a day and maybe more.
Tomorrow we will be in San Juan. We have booked a walking tour of old San Juan (gluttons for ...
... and its crowded beaches.
Time soon went and before long we were heading back to Grand Turk cruise centre.
Back on board Braemar, after a light lunch and we watched the Celebrity Freedom sail away, we joked that all the little shops in the cruise centre would probably now close but as we ventured ashore the little shops were still open and would remain so until our ship left at around 6pm.A beach bag for me & a couple of T-shirts for David so ...
... email saying I was free to go. Our first snorkeling spot was at Round Cay, where there is a 7,000ft drop from the reef wall. There were lots of different colourful fish. Jan was able to dive down pretty deep; everyone was impressed how far he could go down. Our second stop was at Horseshoe reef where there is a resident leopard shark that ...
... was, came to the island in 1678 and began extracting
and selling salt to North America.
History lesson over! Well
nearly….but this part is good too….in 1962 an American Astronaut came down to
earth in his conical shuttle type thing and landed in the water just a few
miles short of Grand Turk. He stayed on
the island for a while and felt that he had arrived in paradise. There are monuments pretty much all over