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... my computer. The rest of my week was relaxed. I went to the beach and to the pool.
On Saturday, I had a wildlife day with Tessa. On the morning, we did an awesome hike in a kind of jungle. With the group of 8 people, we looked for animal’s tracks. We found some, especially raccoon, lizards, birds and turtles tracks. On the afternoon, we did a gorgeous kayak ride on the Indian River Lagoon. We were with the Tessa’s neighbourhood, really sweet ...
We had a very special night on Wednesday, when we received an invite to dine at the Chef's Table and to visit the galley. We had the opportunity to meet the some of the Chef's preparing our food. We were joined by 2 other couples, Sharon and Michael, Aussies and Lloyd and Anita from California. The tour started in the galley and we stopped in an ...
We arrived at the Delray Beach Amtrak station at 5:30PM after 22 hours on the train from DC. Grandma Judy had to borrow a friend's car to pick us up because their rental minivan had a flat tire. It was 80 and very humid when we arrived, but it quickly cooled to 75 with a good breeze. After greeting everyone and picking up ...
... a larger one as we write.
Were 5 cruise ships loading up at port for a departure today.
Ship is enormous - over 6000 passengers, but it is not crowded.
So many places for passengers that you would not think everyone got on board.
Looking forward to exploring ship and stops - first stop tomorrow,
... there didn't seem to be many insects. There are unexpected little surprises everywhere, too. Like the bright red kiddie car (metal, not plastic, so, vintage, but in perfect condition) in the garden. Or the mural on one of the walls. Our room had a private patio, complete with a double hammock.
Our ride to the cruise ship terminal, Port Everglades, was an eight minute jaunt. Into absolute chaos. There was luggage, cars, people everywhere. With no one to ...