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Travel Blogs from St. Thomas
... meat. She taught me how to do tight breads ..lol I was not great at it but I was fun. Ellie came back and it was time to leave again in the sardine bus.
We stopped to take a shot of the Island and if you wanted to buy drinks and beer. back to the ship we went. We went to get something to eat and relax till the ship left port that is ...
... time. They brought out a dessert for Tish with a candle and sang Happy Birthday. Then they had another cake with candles, which was odd, so I had an interesting exchange with the head waiter because the cake was for Rob. They sang Happy Birthday for Rob, and then I made sure that the cake for Mike and Matt would be right.
After dinner, we headed to the Casino. It did not go well. We came back to the room and ordered breakfast. ...
... didn’t expect full marks
though. Woooooooooooooot! The team who had marked our paper were
equally as excited as us I think….they couldn’t believe it. :-D
another giant magnet thing to go with the last one….but it isn't about the naff
prizes….it is about winning!!
We have set sail
already for our final stop of Grand Turk and we should arrive at about 1pm our
time tomorrow. ...
... awesome. It was like Cirque du Soleil in the water. There were high divers, acrobats, gymnasts, synchronised swimmers and dancers. Amazing how they moved the props around so gracefully. After the show, my headache was roaring again so I went to ...
... Anyway, the Disney Fantasy is a huge ship and very long. It has thirteen decks (unlucky for some) with literally miles of corridors. It is easy to get confused about where you are, but I've just about got the layout sorted.
Disney is usually very good at handling crowds. In the theme parks and resorts they have got everything well organised to make sure everyone is in the right place at the right time, and where there has to be queues there's always something ...