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The Parade in Noord is the only activity of size outside the Oranjestad and San Nicolas areas. Noord has not large population but is steadily growing, being in the vicinity of the high rise hotels and the new night life centres. It is much more relaxed, although it is ******* some groups who will also walk the Children's Parade of Oranjestad tomorrow. It ...
... and transferred to the semi-submarine "Seaworld Explorer." There was a narrated tour of the "Antilla," a German freighter that was sunk off the coast of Aruba during World War II. The semi-sub is a surface vessel where you sit five feet below the waterline. We saw the sunken freighter, some fish, some scuba divers and coral.
We arrived back to our ship and had lunch in the dining room.
... in a straight line, I'm wondering whether alcohol would cure this or make it worse? Regardless, I am not supposed to have any with my Methotrexate.
With a bit of a fluttery tum, I decided to get ready for dinner and pick up a port ...
You will have to bear with me on my blog updates, they are
dictated by how, when and where I get a decent internet connection.
Since leaving Rodney Bay, St. Lucia a few things have
happened. I’ll start with January 17th, my first overnight sail.
This was also the first time I saw dolphins, amazing entertainment, they
definitely know how to put on a show, they seem to know exactly what ...
Aruba! It is quite a small island, only 19 miles long by 6 miles wide and very hilly. There is lots of vegetation, but much of it is tall cactuses similar to Suguaro, but without the arms. The weather is very warm and steamy here, but not raining. We got off the ship around 10 and set off to wander the town a bit before our lunch. We came across our dinner friends, John and Dora, so we all checked out the ...