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Travel Blogs from Nassau
... took most of the kids back onboard and that left Zoe, Greg and I to power shop for our souvenir magnet and postcards. OK...now it was time to get on the ship!
By now we were starving as we had put off having lunch until our return to the ship. Super quick showers and change of clothes we were back in the buffet lunch line and relaxing in the air-conditioning while the bigger kids had already eaten and were back roaming the ship together. Someone was looking after ...
... so basically slept until dinner when we revisited Giovanni's. On a second tasting, this has to be one of my favourite restaurants onboard. The food is great and the staff are too. They're especially funny when you get on the subject of fatties - they have so many stories to share about passengers who order 5000 calories worth of food and dessert only to ask for a sugar free scoop of ice-cream as a side to their chocolate cake because they want to eat "healthily". LOL.
Another late day, sleeping until 6. I went out to the Promenade deck
for 2 miles in perfect weather. As I was finishing my walk we pulled
into Nassau with the Norwegian Sky fairly close behind. Nassau was busy
but not packed today with the Aida Aura and Carnival Miracle arriving
later, but we were the first ones in and the last ones to leave.
This is something of a homecoming for me. My ...
... from white to turquoise to sapphire blue. The chartbook says "this area by dingy is not to be missed." On the way there we passed a huge mansion complete with three windmills that Lee found out each can power 75 homes. The mansion is owned by an oil baron. We found Vespera and went aboard for coffee and then they took us to a trail along the beach ...