Atlantis - Imperial Club
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... Atlantis entrance. We were led by our guides back into Atlantis, downstairs and through the maintenance area, where we exited at sea level and boarded our boat.
After a short boat ride, we were soon snorkeling over a lovely reef (very near a small island our guides pointed out where the television show Gilligan's Island had been filmed). It took me awhile to adjust to breathing through the tube, and my mask was perpetually foggy (that ...
... panini and it was very good. It was a nice quiet lunch. As we are headed to Deck One to go ashore, I realized I did not have my drivers license and had to go back to the room to get it. Can't get back on the ship without that.
We walked toward town and ran into Rachel, Justin, Sophia, Jake, Elizabeth, Charlie, King Charles, Rebecca, Ricky and Mirabell. No, we didn't hurt them, running into is just an expression.... They are off ...
... cruise ships in view. As we got closer the enormous fleet grew even larger in size. I am still amazed at how mankind has been able to build such massive structures.
The Atlantis Marina is luxurious. The number of mega yachts in this place is incredible. Rolling in with our cat, we felt inadequate to be sharing the same marina. But I count my blessings. Of course, I am still very interested in seeing inside of ...
... it was good to look around. It was just as I expected; quite a bit of poverty, older buildings and cars that were a bit run down. The streets were narrow but at least there was sense and order - the traffic was not like Asia with crazy ...
... for dinner. Tonight is lobster night which everyone seems to rave about. We do have the lobster but are somewhat underwhelmed as the taste and composition resembles that of plastic. We won't partake again. Dinner service is over very quickly. Almost too quickly as if the servers are racing to get us out but it's hard to be annoyed with them as they are all so gracious and attentive.
We go back to our cabin to change ...