Blue Horizons Garden Resort
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... walking our line to the bus little Princess was running her mouth to her friends which meant the line in front of her walked off, and left them. The line next to us going to a different bus cut across in front of little Princess, and her group which they thought was our line. Well Donna, and I saw the front part of our line so we cut across the line of the other tour group. Now the people behind us thought we were nuts so they stayed in line with little Princess, and group. We ...
... There was a long queue and for something - perhaps soft drinks or additives to the tot of rum and the line up for rum - I was confused if we had to pay (I saw money exchange hands) but there was a crush at the table. That was the last straw. I walked up towards the van and asked when we were heading back to the port. He said “do you want to go?” I told him I had had enough.
When all were back on board - perhaps 15 ...
... The beach was very sandy with plenty of shade. We were dropped off at the Gem Holiday Beach Resort at Morne Rouge Bay just outside of St. Geroges. The drver told us we had to order a couple of drinks at the bar so we could enjoy the beach chairs quilt-free, so we were drinking at 10:30 AM in the morning! 50 IS the new 20!!! However, the bar end of the bay was not as nice...so we ended ...
... very stuffed as usual. The 4 of us played pingpong, which was much better than walking around the deck. We met an 8-year-old boy who spoke perfect Chinese. It turned out that his father has been working in Beijing, China and he has been there since he was 2.5 years old. Very cute boy.
Did not do much more at night. Bob went to work again and I called it a night after uploading some photos to my blog.
... kiwi boats, with us all heading across the Caribbean Sea towards Panama. Three of us will be heading home while David and Brenda on "Bandit" and Mark and Amanda on "Balvenie" will winter their boats here and spend another season exploring.
The weather is looking good, we've stocked up from the supermarket, the rum is on board, so it is off to Customs on Monday for the official clearance and we will start the next phase towards the Panama Canal.