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... this is so amazing, I am going to cry," I laughed as she asked why. I told her it was my bucket list dream to do this. She said she was glad I told her and how happy she was for me.
Now, having said that, as each person finished their encounter, Melissa would say to the dolphins, dramatically, "now tell them to get out" - the dolphin would chase the person to the ladder gulping sea water and spitting it at them joyfully. When it was my turn to get out - ...
... until 6pm. We found a table and got some food from the buffet and watched the news as CNN is playing. We are not looking forward to heading home tomorrow and are trying to find a way to stay here. We headed to the 7th floor to find a quiet place to play cards and have a coffee/hot chocolate. The ship has a lot going on this evening and we plan to see as much as we can. We plan to have dinner in ...
... on our gas grill our last night at the marina. It was awesome!
The next morning we rose early, but waited until high tide to leave for West End on Grand Bahama Island. We are staying at Old Bahama Bay Club and Marina, which is a gorgeous resort with lovely condo-type rentals, beaches, restaurants, pool, and security. We were only staying one night, but once again, we are waiting on weather conditions to improve ...
... bat cave. I must say, this is the first real life bat encounter I've ever had.
The park was smaller than I expected and a little disappointing until I got to the other side of the road. On our way to Golden Rock Beach, well lets just say that destination was well worth the 45 minute ride. As we walked, the very first sign we noticed was information in regards to the different types of plants in the area. The only thing that stuck out to us was the poison wood. So throughout ...
... Denny installed the day before are good. Then he hoists the anchor and we are underway. Today we slowly passed by Crab Cay (Key), Spanish Cay, Manjack Cay, Powell Cay and Green Turtle Cay. Most are uninhabited but some have small settlements or a resort.We have to drink a lot of water and juices to stay hydrated. While we are motoring we can charge our hand held VHF, the camera and the laptop. We're looking forward to a few days of rest in Treasure Cay. We'll need to get ...
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