The Inn On The Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... restricted viewing to a platform a few hundred feet away. A couple of hundred yards downstream from the springs, the water temperature is still hot (around 110 Fahrenheit or 45 Celsius), but cool enough for tourists to enter and give themselves a mud bath. These mud baths are believed by some to contain medical purposes  and are used by some tourists and locals for said reasons. See photo of a local girl bathing in the warm waters down ...
... Fortune, some 850 feet tall. The views on the way up were breathtaking.
At the top we saw some of the old barracks and the jail that was used by the fort in the late 18th century. The barracks are actually now used as classrooms for the local school.
When we stopped at the jail, the vendor there showed us a calabash shell. The fruit is not edible. The calabash shell is used for bowls or plates, it is purely utilitarian. It ...
... and an “I Love Aruba” billboard worth a photo.
At night, we watch the end of the magician/comedian Nick Lewin, who is fairly low-key with the magic, takes the **** a fair bit, and is reasonably entertaining, but not enough so to sit through a second show to see it all. We move on to another Select Seating dinner, with some old, some new faces, then an early night as the sun, swimming and walking have exhausted us.
Cruise Day ...
... very short and quick. As we got ready to do the last line we were told that we could go "free style" which was a bit more fun. After everyone finished it was time to hike back up the mountain to take the aerial tram back down!. It was quite the hike, but the tram ride down made it worth while.
Back on the taxi for our ride back to Marigot Bay. Once in Marigot Bay we decided to ...
... in showing the boys how to do it. We were getting off and the boys would be the "old hands". This was something the boys weren't over the moon about.
The sail was long, nothing really interesting to report. It was fascinating to see, unlike all our previous crew, the boys still hadn't managed to relax. Everyone after a week had taken up the usual "sailing position" of on-deck reading ...