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... After four hours we came back and the locals started
dancing again. They danced for two hours straight . “They had
beautiful headdresses and the women were half naked,“ she told me.
“They are booby birds!” a man
seated behind our table shouted. He proceeded to stand in front of
us, and recited more about birds. Mailou and I looked at each other
wondering, what the hell is this man talking about. “The ...
On Tuesday, we bravely set out in the car once again to shop - all we wanted was a simple supermarket. Several hours later, having been round Miami several times, we ended up in a pretty dreadful supermarket in Little Havana, the Cuban quarter. Virtually no-one spoke English. Spanish seems to be the first language in Miami, actually! Again, our spirits rose when we ate a delicious lunch in a Downtown ...
... cruise, we will spend two weeks in Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires is often called the Paris of the Southern Hemisphere, but it quickly becomes clear that it is not Paris. We hire a concierge, BA Cultural Concierge. We know we are in good hands as she helps us book an apartment in a neighborhood with the best kept sidewalks in town. That's not a factor that we would thought ...
... US $80. Time versus cost I guess. My cheap a cheerful option meant I got to see a few more things though, including the various weirdos, present company excluded, who travel on public transport here in Florida. When the rain stopped I headed over to check out the beach and snap a couple of photos. The beach is amazing. Beautiful white sand and you could hire deck chairs and beach umbrellas if you wanted to. All that public transport and ...
Every passenger regardless of whether they are leaving the ship for good or continuing on for another week is required to disembark from the ship and go through customs. Only then can a passenger re-board. Thankfully, we were able to leave our things in the cabin so getting off and on was rather straight forward. Except the queues were very long at the time we left the ship. Getting 6,000 people off isn't ...