Courtyard Coral Springs
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... different. Lots of rice, black beans and onions also plantations which is their name for bananas. They deep fry them and serve them with salt and a citrus dipping sauce. It was lovely to get back to our hotel The Anglers as it is so quiet and peaceful a great find. Sadly tomorrow is our last day before travelling home on Saturday. We both feel as if we have been away a lot longer than 2 weeks. Too bad we don't have more ...
... Unfortunately, it was not good enough to win, but at least we felt better about ourselves.
It was formal night tonight in the dining rooms. A lot of people enjoy getting all dolled up; us, not so much. Ron did a tie, Dee a half caftan, Nancy and me, a nicer shirt. We did our best! Dinner was good, then we went to a show.
The show was called Piano Man and featured the ship's singers ...
Ordered a new REI rolling duffle yesterday. Will it really fit my walking poles? Will I be able to travel 2.5 months in the bag? Will I be able to lug it up B and B stairs which inevitably will present themselves after long days? Just when I am trying to get smaller and smaller gear I have ...
Today we caught the tender boat over to cococay an uninhibited island in the Bahamas, it was so beautiful with white sand and bright blue water, firstly we went for a swim where it was quite shallow in the bay, there was many people on the island because our boat the majesty of the seas and its sister ship the monarch of the seas had both stopped at cococay for the day. After swimming in the bay (which was a ...
This tour dispelled some of the preconceived ideas of what Turkey was like. I have traveled hundreds of miles around Turkey and seen contrasting scenery, from the mountains to the beaches of the Mediterranean Sea, big cities of twenty million people and tiny villages of a few hundred, and ruins from thousands of years ago. Although I spent most of my time in the Asian part of Turkey, it has the feel of an ...