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... this is his second distillery tour, and the third distillery that he's been in. We get around, what can I say.
We woke up late and had a leisurely breakfast in our little studio at the Andalucia Guest House. Getting a room with a kitchen and a little extra space was a fantastic idea and it was lovely to be able to relax a bit when we weren't running around. Our air conditioner worked well and we put it to good use as the temperature climbed to unreasonable levels. ...
My niece, ahem who is only 7 years younger came to visit us along with her husband and two girls. We had anchored at Water Island off of St. Thomas for a few days and then moved to Linburgh Bay to pick them up. It was a quiet anchorage with only 2 other boats there. This bay is very convenient for picking up guest as long as there is no southeast swells. I took the dinghy to pick them up from the airport ...
... into the arms/legs of senior man while catching a wave creating a bit of an awkward but now funny story. Such fun times!
Today we figured out the bus system and found our way to Old San Juan. As with many countries in the Caribbean, Puerto Rico was established by Spain in the 1500s. To defend this essential part of their “empire”, 2 forts and a city wall were created. The structures still remain, though parts ...
... ship in time for dinner (had caesar salad, shrimp and rice main course and black forest cake for dessert). It was great! Unfortunately, we had to rush out for the safety briefing and by 10:00 PM, we set sail. We wandered around the ship to check out all the events and by the time we got back to the room, it was after midnight ... another late ...
... and very welcome in the intense heat and humidity. Kyle's was gone two blocks later.
After walking around getting all hot and bothered we had a decision to make as to what to do with the rest of our evening and what we wanted to try to accomplish in the morning. I wanted to visit Castillo San Felipe del Morro - a 16th century citadel before we left on the cruise and we still needed to find mini bottles of rum. We had barely enough time to make it to the Bacardi factory ...