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One of a kind place to call home for a week or two! Spending all our time on the ocean so only need a place to sleep! Manager and staff are awesome!
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... dinner, so I quickly changed and we went down to the Silhouette restaurant. Fortunately we weren't the only ones who were late.
Ted and I decided to drink our welcome bottle of champagne tonight and walk around the ship. The Mexican weather was really unfriendly, as the boat was really rocking. We ran into Roberto, one of the German guys, so we all had a quiet drink. Thankfully tomorrow is a ship day so we can be well rested before our flight ...
... extra special although neither David nor I ate the lobster. We did enjoy the Baked Alaska! From there we went to the evening entertainment which was a man and woman acrobat who were exceptionally strong and flexible. The man had a tremendous voice as well and sang during much of the performance. However, it was also extremely suggestive which made it not quite as enjoyable to me. After the performance, I picked up my new gold necklace.
Collapsed into bed yet ...
... care ashore. In order to disembark our guest so she can receive the medical care needed, we will now proceed to Cozumel which is the closest viable port. Therefore, we will need to reverse the sequence of our ports of call in order to provide you with the three port itinerary you were expecting.”
It was not weather; it was an emergency. An emergency for only a few of us to be sure but an emergency none the less.
“Our revised ...
Up at 0530 for our beat the crowd run to Chichen Itza. The hotel had toast and coffee available which was unexpected. Brian is aching all over. His pretty constant low level whinging about many things has made him the butt of many a joke.
Today's trip was another comfort options re the private van transfer and a guide at Chichen Itza. Apparently things worked if one said no then it would be the original plan of nearing Chichen Itza, getting off, Fabian watching the luggage, ...
... fun. We just got back in time and sailed about 15 minutes after.
Not a lot of funny moments today but we did quite a lot for international relations.
No fancy pants tonight – just smart casual – whoopee.
Tomorrow is Roatan Island off Honduras. I’m off to a private island for a spot of sunbathing and paddling. It will probably not be such a long day as today. I’m going to be knackered at the end of this holiday!