Club Vacanze Prospect of Whitby Hotel
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We are at sea today, Val and I found a set of lounge chairs to call home for the day. We were on the upper deck near the pool. We had breakfast there and relaxed the day away. For lunch we found the fish and chips shop and Val had fish and I the calamari. We headed back to the lounge chairs for some afternoon relaxation and then to the sports bar to watch the Olympics. We are off to dinner for the last time on this ship and then back to pack for ...
... they drive on the left! (kind of)
They actually drive on what ever side of the road is the smoothest….we
criss-crossed all over the place just to avoid bumps and crevices.
After the prison, we
were to the lighthouse which was a real surprise stop because we had not
expected the hop on hop off service to take us the entire six mile length of
the island. The Lighthouse was given to
the island by the British more than 150 years ...
... party which would be a first and a last. We all had an amazing time and were shocked and disappointed when midnight suddenly arrived. Back to the center we all went where, for a while, we talked and laughed. Most people went to bed, but a few of us stayed up to write our letters to our classmates and staff. Once again, Kayla and I ran around the center trying to save everyone's stuff, when a sudden rain came accompanied by wind. Eventually, I finished my ...
... deep water
- Cliffs can be climbed barefoot
- Salinas really are like quick sand
- King Leachim is the best playing card ever created
- Jungle Speed is the most violent card game created
- The Green Flash is amazing
- Wate polo should only be played in an ocean
- You meet the most random people on a tiny island (for example a three-time Ultimate Frisbee national champion)
- There is no better place to ...
... looked drunk trying to move from the water to dry land. After throwing the large buoy into the water and climbing back down, he began to swim, towing the buoy. At one point he tried to get on top of hit and flopped back in the water. It was thoroughly entertaining. The buoy was placed on board the boat and we all marveled at how large it actually was. It was then time to go back to the center for lunch. After lunch, I began working on DR again. ...
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