Club Amigo Atlantico - Guardalavaca
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... houses, some it looks like people even live in… some houses are already nicely restored. It is all looking very empty and lost like you are in the middle of now-where.
No more Cuban food
So Paul can’t see Cuban food anymore… so we asked our nice landlady if we could have Spaghetti and so she made it for us. And we were eating nearly too much.
... rugs that absorbed all the drips.
We are spending today in Clarence Town. Tony and I have been here before, but by car. Last June, we anchored in Salt Pond (on the west side of Long Island) and rented a car with Bliss II. Clarence Town was the southernmost town we visited on that trip. (If you look back in the pictures, you'll see that Davey Bear and I climbed to the top of the Catholic Church steeple.)
Craig and Christa, on Simunye, have decided to shoot ...
... today, after we packed we had a good old wander all the way around the ship and took some pictures. Discovered a sports deck (looked a bit too energetic for our liking) as well as the gym. Both fall in to the same pot really, avoid :) This is our 10th cruise and I have never seen inside the gym of any of them. We spent an hour or 2 on the open decks catching a bit of sun as we know very soon it will be a distant memory, before going for my last ...
... We watched the karaoke which was umm... interesting. Some of the acts could hold a tune and some were truly abysmal! I have to say that it's pretty easy to get used to the service - fine dining every night, cabin cleaned twice a day, entertainment laid on. Aujanae (Maggie told me the correct spelling of her friends name) joined us ...
... etc and deck games, tho' charging through the Caribbean at 20 knots or whatever does create a bit of wind out on the upper decks IME.
We decided to go to the Enrichment Lecture about Icebergs and Florida. I got the feeling that the lecturer had researched but not necessarily had any on the ground experience about the specific subject … certainly aspects of it but not all of it which was a shame as it could have been so much ...