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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... for a day – in at 7 am, out at 3 pm. We left the ship, passing the buses waiting for our shipmates, and through the port which appeared to be a mini-zoo with flamingos, iguanas, black swans. It was a hot day, but it was much hotter the last time we were here. We again went out on our own and picked up a cab for about a 4 hour tour at a cost of $80. We probably paid too much because we negotiated with a port worker ...
... in a car again for a few days.
This place is paradise though. You could tell just how amazing it was going to be from the lobby and the bar. And as soon as Juan and I got our bracelets for the free drinks, we went straight to the bar for a couple of mojitos to set the trip off on the right foot. We have three rooms here at the resort. One is for Paola, her mom Leo, and Grandma. The second room is for the Jaramillos (Melissa, Vanessa, and ...
... that the buying and selling of my ancestors took place. Wow! Very enlightening. The castle was a mass structure that overlooked the entire city to waaaay out into the Caribbean Sea. There were hidden tunnels and small holes built into the structure for cannons and guns. So when the French people or the pirates tried to invade and conquer by boat they would get taken care of before stepping food on land. The structure is built of sand, coral reef, and ...
... for Marks watch which ran flat about a week ago. Also in port beside us today is The Norwegian Sky. So we have now seen The Pearl, The Sun and now the The Sky. We are due to sail at 5.00 this afternoon so they have just called for the life drill, thank goodness we don't have to go as we did it in LA. We have 6 days at sea before we reach The Azores so won't post until after we leave there, you can have a few days of peace from our blog. Ha ...
... take it literally or so lazy that they rely on the interpretations spoon-fed to them by churches that would cease to exist if their "flocks" actually opened their eyes and took responsibility for their own lives instead of worshiping idols, subjugating their minds to fairy tales and cowering in fear of a whimsically belligerent deity of their own creation, all the while sustaining the world's only evil, which of course they claim to be fighting: ignorance. ...