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... belts were too rusty to use as was the handbrake (I suppose not so vital on a flat island), no seat belts in the back at all and when we went round corners Marks seat literally came away from the floor and lent to the side. As sensible girls we thought the car was just an accident waiting to happen, but the boys wanted a convertible and thought it would be fun to drive. However when Mike started to drive he realised that the accelerator really was a problem and we would have ...
... aboard Conquest at 1:00pm, I climbed the eleven floors from the gangway to Lido deck and gulped down a burrito while I sat next to a shirtless man who, while flaunting the rules of civility regarding attire, regaled his luncheon companions with stories of a wayward son who has taken up with an undesirable female.
After all of this, I am in need of rest before my dinner tonight, the first with companions. There is no word on our sick shipmate nor, I suspect, will there ...
... their gold medals, a box on the ceiling opened and about 50 balloons tumbled out. Everyone went home with a few balloons that day :)
Capital: Mexico City
Major Languages: Spanish 92.7%, Indigenous 0.8%, Spanish and indigenous combined 5.7%
Life expectancy: 75.84%
Literacy rate: 92%
Religions: Roman Catholic 76.5%, Protestant ...
The first full day at sea was nice and relaxing. After a sleep in - first in days! We had a late breakfast and attended an informational session regarding the ship and the upcoming ports of call. Our Cruise Director really was quite the character! He was a total salesperson! And we definitely give him points for charisma. After that talk, Gavin wanted to rest a bit so I went to the Shopping Informational Session, as you do! ...
... in the water for 40 minutes and the boat drifted with the group so that we didn’t have far to swim to get back on. When we got back on, they hoisted the sail and we started our 10 mile sail to the private beach. On the way the bar opened with free beer and margaritas. My first margarita blew off the table and all over me. We were really moving over the water. When we reached the beach I settled in a shady area and read my book ...