Comfort Inn Oceanside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... safe, the wifi was primeval but the beer was OK.
On Monday 23rd March we found ourselves in St Lucia where we didn't even leave the port area, no WiFi, no beer. 24th not much better, Barbados where, because of the gang culture, it is against the law to wear kharki. Here we did at least venture into town but quickly turned around and came back to the ship.
Now St Kitts and St Thomas on the 25th and 26th respectively were entirely ...
... the posh area of town with lots of cute little boutiques and streets lined with Pontiacs, Ferraris and Lamboginis and Mustangs. Daniel bought a chocolate coated Twinkie and Reuben got a marshmallow on a stick dipped in caramel and smothered in M&Ms. Later we went back to the beach for dinner. It took ages to get there and even longer to find a car park. It was very busy and noisy. We walked a long way before going back to the car and finding a pizza place for much-needed ...
... with a seat outside. It had a pair of Forrest's running shoes on the floor and his suitcase on the bench, an ideal photo shoot, Andy placed his feet in the shoes and was today Matthew going to be 'Forrest Gump'. Next to this, they had a penny printing press. You put in a penny, turned the wheel and out came an imprinted design of your choice, we chose the 'life is like a box of chocolate'. At the end of Bayside, it came out on to Biscayne Boulevard. We carried on past ...
Slept in this morning, and had a late breakfast. Then we were off to a port lecture on London. That was interrupted by a call from the bridge by the captain looking for blood donors. Seems someone needed blood in the medical center, and they were looking for donors of O+, or O -. Then it was off to lunch with all my blood still intact. With lunch over a nap was calling. After a two hour nap it was ...
... to the refuge and drove into its jungle. As usual for this time of year, there were no manatees at the Haulover Canal bridge. There were plenty of people there looking for them, but it's too cold right now for the sensitive little guys. They're all hanging out at power plants right now. We found the narrow gravely Biolab Road and drove down along the lagoons. It washere where ospreys were tearing up fish and gators were looking for the first sunlight of the previously rainy ...