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... final street, there are enormous gaps between the groups, making the parade look rather erratic and confusing: will there still be groups coming around the corner? There have been five minutes without action by now.
To take the pictures you want you need to be resourceful since kids have learned to freeze and pose for you the moment they see a lens pointed at them, taking away every motion within the picture. Parents shout at their kids too: Look over here and ...
... abroad. To be in Granda today, 10 years on, you can see and feel how much they rely on tourism and strong vegetation. It's survival for them. They are still living and breathing it, long after we hear about a natural disaster briefly on the TV headlines. Here's an example of a country's determination. After the rain, there will be sunshine.
BARBADOS! Here's a place we've all heard of so expectations around its beauty were bound to be high. First impressions were she's ...
We got to spend this morning in Aruba. We headed out early: in fact we were the first ones from the ship to get out of the port (an official with the port had to unlock the gate for us). We started out walking around the touristy part of Oranjestad, the capitol. There are a lot of Dutch colonial style buildings, all brightly painted. The government is making a concerted effort to fix ...
... to Officers Mess to have a few drinks and say goodbye to Steve and Frazier then up-to room to pack! Went to Vines sushi bar for tea, the six of us, Petra, Helian and Debby then to Skywalker's for a few too many jammy doughnuts! Said a big thank you and goodbye to Debby, she has taught us so much and is a wonderful person. Finished the night off in the crew bar for one more ...
... Not in immediate need of cheap jewelry, refrigerator magnets or "I heart Aruba" T-shirts, we breezed thru the market quickly. We then walked around the shopping mall and marina areas and stumbled across three large iguanas huddled under the footbridge. These are the largest iguanas seen so far during the trip. A short time later, we headed back to the hotel but had some difficulty at first with locating a taxi or bus stop. So we walked ...
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