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... this one or a close variant of it:
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Riding the tgv is great. Objects whiz by at an alarming speed. It feels like you are in a passenger jet that is 10 feet off the ground. It's very smooth and quiet as well; felt like floating on a cloud. All the turns are banked, so on each turn, the whole train rotates a bit, enough to ...
... hours from Nadi. Known as the adventure capital of Fiji. In your spare time you can zip line, go kayaking, white water rafting, visiting breath taking waterfalls and hike through the rainforest. For those looking for more relaxing activities, Pacific Harbour boasts one of the finest beaches on the main island, where you can sunbathe, go for a swim or join the locals in a game of beach volley ball or beach rugby. You can also spend time at the Cultural Arts Village which has ...
... game. Lots of laughter as it became extremely competive (imagine that), but the guys finally prevailed. Off to dinner with Chris, Priscilla, Pat & Mac. Lots of fun. Pat & Mac are from Canada. After dinner, we went to the Lounge for a violin performance by 2 females & a male piano player. They are called La Strada. Late nite snack in the Lounge with Tamas at the piano. Back to the room after another wonderful day with good new friends & old and good weather.
The cruise has been a fantastic experience and the quality of Holland America Line was a good choice. It seems though that 11 days is just right as we are looking forward to getting off and fending for ourselves once again (and stop over-eating!).
We disembark at Copenhagen where we stay for 3 nights before going over to Sweden for another 2 ...
... actually happened.
We drank a lot of Belgian beer and spent a lot of time meandering through mesmerizing little alleys, pondering picturesque yet sluggish windmills, gazing pensively down murkily reflective canals and barging through busy plazas teeming with looming Dutch day trippers and skeptical French people shopping doggedly for good bargains on striped clothing, jaunty scarves and shiny new Flemish dildos.
All movie tourism aside, ...