G&G'S Clearwater Paradise
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- Swimming pool
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... really made for hanging out in. Really just a "sleep and wash" place, but I guess the whole idea is to get us out and into the various parts of the ship. Today is a sea day. 2.09pm.... We have managed to drag ourselves out and have some lunch. There's heaps of food on this ship. You can eat as much as you like and many people do. We've eaten mostly at the Main buffet. 1.06am.... We had a relaxed afternoon, trying unsuccessfully to attend a couple ...
The second and last stop on the cruise was to the island of Half Moon Cay, or Little San Salvador Island. Located one hundred miles southeast of Nassau, it is a private island that has been owned by various travel companies and now by Carnival Corp. To be honest, if I had to choose between staying at Nassau or Half Moon, I would choose Half Moon. We had arrived at the new destination at around 8:30 am and the cruise ship was anchored hundreds of yards off shore from the tiny ...
... I highly recommend diving and staying at the Guanaja Island Club. You can always head to the all night parties at the Island House a short walk down from the Guanaja Island Club and you can take the boat bar cruise, they call it the" Honky Tonk Cruise”, a tour which they start around 9 or 10 at night and cruise to different watering holes around the island. Wow! this is something I have never experienced and it was a highlight of the week's ...
10 April 2012 – Half Moon Cay
This time in paradise, we were in with the Zuiderdam – this was my ship for my two previous, most recent contracts in a row. Because there was a half cast change in the time I left and came back to the Zuidy, there was half a cast I knew and half I did not, so again it was a lovely day on the beach with people that understand each other deeply, hanging out and chatting about work and ships and ports. It seems nothing special at ...
... and we were told her name is “Lucy.” Sure enough she same and swam right under our kayak! She was beautiful! We also met Patrick, the giant orange starfish that’s never far. Our guide also pulled up a sea cucumber, which they call, slippery ***** – which he said with a straight face! Too funny. Our tour was only an hour and a half so we were able to spend the rest of the time on the beach!