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... cold here for that, but today was near 80.(In Florida, December temps have a lot to do with wind.) Andrew and Ana got to work eating sand. We watched the surfers in the waves and even got a little wet ourselves. Ana was most enthusiastic about the ocean. After changing we headed out to to Titusville for lunch and brought it back into the refuge. We went for another safari drive along the pools near the intracoastal canal. We saw a spoonbill here, all pink, and ibises, and ...
... and we caught the Tri-Rail into Miami International Airport. It took about an hour on the train and an additional 30 minutes just to check in her bags, so it was a good thing we left super early. Once the bags we gone, we had some time to sit down and talk before I had to catch the bus back to the train station.
It is a bit of a strange feeling to say goodbye to somebody you have spent every waking moment with for ...
... this but I was able to visualise the position of my cabin at the front of the boat er ship on the left, er port side, Problem was that when I got on I never checked to see which way it was pointing so I didn’t know which side was which. Quite a reasonable excuse I would have thought?
There were my trusty holdalls bulging with the contents of all four of my home wardrobes. I dragged them inside an inch at a time into my veranda stateroom. Pictures have been taken ...
... very quickly, and before I know it I’ll be on the home straight. The last cruise is only a 7 day one and I have a friend of mine staying with me that week. He’s a DJ and everyone knows him and there’s always a party when he’s around, so I’m looking forward to that week on the 4th April.
That’s my travel news for now. Aside from all that, the gigs in the Piano Bar are going well. It’s my own bar so I’m free to ...
The Sea Olympics was a day long competition between the different "seas" onboard. Everyone is divided into a different sea depending on where you live on the ship. I was part of the Aegean Sea along with everyone else on Deck 2. Throughout the day there were several competitions put on such as a banner making contest, extreme musical chairs, synchronized swimming, relays, face paint competitions, trivia, sport games, and much more. The sea with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility