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... we had added a little to the economy of Grand Turk.
This was our first visit to Grand Turk and had not seen any of the island, except from the sea, so if we return another time we will have to explore the island itself which incidentally only has a population of around 3700 people! Probably less than number of passengers on board that huge ship.
Another sail-away party on deck as we watched the sun setting - we gracefully sailed out of this beautiful ...
... caused a great
deal of infrastructural damage. They
basically had to start again with getting things like electricity up and
running. One thing which clearly does
need looking at on the island is the state of the roads. I was convinced that we were going to bust an
axel or two on the bus we were on. If
you saw the holes we saw, you would never again complain about British
pot-holed roads! Great Britain is the
Mother Country of Grand ...
... and we could see showers to the west out to sea. The sky certainly was tropical today! We returned to the ship, and not long afterwards the rain arrived. It continued to rain until we left early at 5:45 PM.
This evening we enjoyed a very special dinner at the extra cost Pinnacle Grill. We get a discount reflecting our rewards status on Holland American. The service, and the food, was impeccable. It is ...
... an iguana, they just had to make noise. My friends walked into the brush and said, "hello iguana I'm making noise so please come out." Suddenly, one scampered across. We all laughed and continued our journey. The landscape of Long Cay was just so gorgeous, untouched, pristine. Once the edge of the beach was reached, we turned around, back to the spot on the beach where we left our stuff. We plopped into the shallow water and goofed off enjoying time with ...
... week 1). Breakfast came early, and the rain was still coming down. The seas were rough which meant all our waterfront activities were postponed. Around 830 the storm just blew away and the water was glassy calm. Our dive safety officer announced that we should gear up. It was our last recreational snorkel. Originally, James (our dive safety officer), was gonna take us on the whaler to a location no one has snorkeled before. However, due to the ...
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