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... individual who is a credit to veterinary medicine as a profession.
In addition to storing a shotgun in his truck, the ranch manager (James) also has a giant plasticized alligator head on his desk, a variety of trophy mounts on the walls in his office, a very large shiny belt buckle to hold up his wrangler blue jeans, and fresh pack of chewing tobacco within reach at all times. If there was ever a redneck stereotype, this guy could apply to be the poster child. He ...
... up at 2:09 a.m. to read my Bahamas guidebook and watch TiVo on Zune. Went back to bed at 4:07 a.m. but couldn't sleep again, so I got up at 4:37, got dressed, grabbed my laptop, and headed downstairs to O’Sheehans Irish pub, the supposed 24/7 restaurant aboard Breakaway.
Starving, I was incredibly disappointed to find the kitchen was closed when I sat down. The waitress told me the kitchen is shut down from 4 to 5:30 a.m. daily for ...
... br> Novak - enjoyed spending time singing with you
Karen & Frank - Thanks again for all you do!
To my bed mates/room mates - it was FUN - Allison, Cecile, Nicole, Grace & Angela
Considering there were 10 of us women sharing a bathroom - I think we all managed very well.
We/BCD Travel are providing education/jobs - a future - we need to keep the spirit of it all going. During summer camp we ...
... than last trip. A young lady a few feet from us passed out right near the end of the drill. She turned out to be fine, with all the people all crammed together, she just lost conciousness. The crew were very quick to react and had medical staff there in no time. After an afternoon of checking out the ship, it was time to change and head down for dinner. This was a little trickier than usual as the seas were very rough and for the ...
... made it through the night.
That night we ate at Parrot Cay. We were pleased to find that we were sitting with Ray and his friends. There were 8 of us at the table. I think Jeremiah, Cevin, Cory and I were happy to find out that our servers were not from Peru. After the chain of events that led up to this cruise it would have been too weird to be surrounded by Peru the entire cruise.