Hotel Caracas Playa
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... get some shut eye.
In the morning we drove up to the villa on top of a big hill where the wedding party were staying - and the wedding ceremony was going to be. We met the crew and chilled out by the pool for a few hours before heading to the port for some food.
Next day we had a look around the harbour area and took refuge in a few bars to shelter from the rain. Later we greeted Tom and Hayley (friends from Mark's uni) ...
... do love the days at sea but I gotta tell ya. It's just not worth the drunk and the hangover. Not to mention, you really shouldn't walk around on ship late at night alone without all your faculties. Nothing happened, but it just isn't good practice. Needless to say, my drinking days are over for awhile. With less than 4 hours of sleep, I had to be up for our shore excursion, Best of Casablanca.
Got back to the cabin and found a note ...
... still managed to make the most of my trip (with lots of paracetamol and power naps in between). Every country has its dangers but if you prepare yourself, stock up on medication and cover yourself with a good insurance plan, you’ll be just fine. During either long-term travel or a short holiday break, heading abroad may have adverse effects on your immune system but accept that you might fall ill at some point and get on with it.
... no matter how ridiculous or inappropriate for the climate/culture change we will experience upon returning home”. The kind that don Stetsons on their overseas flight or anyone with an “I heart” T-shirt.
The Native – The home-bound local anxiously looking around the check-in queue wandering which poor sod they will have the misfortune of sitting next to for the next couple of hours.
So...which one are ...
... for departure, our captain came on the public address as he usually does when we are departing a port, and he couldn't help but point out the queues of several hundred people waiting to board the other ship - something that doesn't happen with us. After dinner, and before the evening show, there was a special guest appearance of Eve Robinson from Liverpool, who had been a concert pianist and now gives piano lessons. Eve played a piece which would have ...