Junkanoo Beach Resort
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... on the island, but not only were the shops locked up, but the fort as well. We continued on, aiming for the famed Cable Beach for our picnic lunch and swimming outing, but it was under a stormcloud when we got there. We had passed a small beach with a playground a couple miles east, and it hadn't been raining there, so we headed back that way.
It was Saunders Beach, and it turned out to be a wonderful ...
The last 5 days have been fantastic. From the moment we boarded our cruise, we knew the next stage of the trip was going to be full of new experiences and it certainly was (having our own butler, concierge and room attendant helped :-)
Day two saw us sail into Great Stirup Cay. A newly developed island, which seems to have been created for the sole purpose of cruise ships. It was our first taste of ...
... sell me some gels/oils that would supposedly get the lactic acid out of my muscles that’s causing the tension. Which is also bullsh*t.
After the massage, we went for dinner in the Golden Restaurant. Once again, my appetizer (crab soup) was amazing, but I was disappointed in the entrée (veal parmesan with spaghetti, was good, but not great). And there wasn’t a single dessert I wanted. So we went up to the lido buffet to check out ...
... with spaghetti and I had the Junkanoo Seafood Pot which had shrimp, scallops, calamari, and clams with a spicy rice as a side. Both were delicious. We decided to pass up the dessert. On the way out I spied Dottie and Diana from Columbus. We talked with them for a while and told them about the piano bar. They said they would be there at 9:00. We had a little while before that. We went back and changed again as we were both a little chilly. We ...
... with nowhere comfortable to sit. We came back on board and went to Satellite Falls and chilled.
Later we'll go back to our room and pack, have our final dinner with our table mates and hand out our gratuities.
It really does feel like it's all over. I'm glad really, and will be pleased to get home, although I dread all the aggravation we'll walk into when we get back.
"Life, don't talk to me about life" - Douglas ...