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... Robert De Niro and Kevin Kline - which was a bit corny. Amazingly enough both flights ran to time and we arrived on schedule tonight at Bridgetown. The lady taxi driver was fairly aggressive driving us to our hotel, frequently blasting on her horn at other drivers and saying hello to passing friends. We don't know what Bridgetown looks like yet as it was dark when we arrived, But the position of ...
... Blue Sapphire are formidable opponents. Perhaps it's time for Phil to admit that "the force is strong" with them. Will he ever drink again? We will see...
Back to the start of the day. Henry was again the breakfast king and I was treated to breakfast in bed - a rare but welcomed pleasure. It wasn't easy to stir myself after such pampering but there was a lot planned today.
Firstly we had ...
... amazing white fish I have ever had! We finished with dessert and went back to our room.
After finishing breakfast the following morning I tried to call Emmerson. I could not get through to him so I just had the front desk call a taxi. We hopped in and got to the dock by about 10:30. Since Bridgetown was not the beginning point of the cruise, there were very few people trying to board the vessel when we arrived.
... to the marina in Bridgetown to board a boat - the OceanQuest - which would take us to the submarine. Technically the Atlantis isn't a full-on submarine (i.e it doesn't have a periscope and the usual garb) - it is a submersible. But they are pretty much the same.
The boat ride to the submarine itself was pretty cool - we got some nice views of Bridgetown and some beaches. When we got to the Altantis III, we walked on to the top deck of the sub and ...
... a refreshing shower.
We went to the Palms Café for breakfast, and there the first surprise of the cruise awaited us - free champagne! (well, sparkling wine). You could either add it to the orange juice and make a Buck's Fizz, or drink it plain and chilled (the only way, as far as I'm concerned). I enjoyed two glasses with my breakfast which created a festive, holiday atmosphere; a great start to the day. Cheers, Fred! :-)