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... for the fact that it was local - it was pretty much Flan with some coconut and brown sugar bits around it , i totally knew what it was - oh well i just needed an excuse to order another dessert - who knows it might have actually tasted different !
January 4, 2015
This was our final day here in Aruba , I was supposed to leave to Houston at 3:45 pm and Crystal had her flight to Curacao at 8 pm. Crystal also had a massage scheduled at 11:30 ...
... all knew about our short stay in port today so I guess they called it quits when it was no longer viable to take passengers for the “grand tour” of rocks and a lighthouse.
Back on board, we went straight to the Patisserie for a Flat White. They had filled dinner rolls so we each had a smoked salmon and I had a tomato and bocconcini one too. We wandered around the ship and went to Dr Peter Wasilewski “Enrichment Lecture about ...
... a table with 2 other couples. Mary and David are British and Avis and Joe are from Virginia. Mary and David, quite a bit older, regaled us with wonderful stories of living on their sailboat for 12 years, being shot at on the beach in Turkey, Mary falling overboard while trying to untie a line. They were great! Avis talked mostly about her bad back but did tell us about their second home - an 1800s Victorian house on Chesapeake Bay. Joe talked about Avis' bad back and her redecorating ...
Today being our last full day in Aruba we wanted to spend the day at the beach. Marco and Omar got up at 5:20 to make sure we got a good cabana for shade down at the beach. They got a nice 2nd row cabana and enjoyed watching the full moon setting over the Atlantic and star gazing.
We enjoyed granola for breakfast and then all headed down to the beach to enjoy sun, surf and sand. Marco got ...
... in the tiny backstreets of the countryside. The local radio only streamed Bob Marley type music, proving it wasn't 'just put on for tourists'. It doesn't feel as well kept, new and shiny as other places. It's a place where 90% of the country was affected by back-to-back hurricanes 10years ago. A tiny country of 100,000 smiles rely on two sources of income; the cruise ships delivering 3,000 people every other day and its exportation of spices. We all hear about natural disasters ...
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