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... didn't grab the dorsal fin) and kicked our fins. They swam to the dock pulling us along. A-MA-ZING! Once there, Melissa gave us various instructions and we each received a hug and a kiss... a few kisses from each of the dolphins. I just cannot describe how beautiful the experience was.
When we first got in the water and Marilyn was sent out ahead of me for her initial encounter, I waited at the dock edge in awe of what was happening. I looked up at Melissa ...
... some sheets made from bamboo and headed back to the ship in a huge windstorm and a light drizzle. We went to our cabin to put the sheets back and make a game plan for the day. We ended up crashing for a nap that was interrupted by you guessed it the little Argentineans running up and down and screaming in their cabin. We headed up to the longboard cafe for lunch and found that they do not ...
... a casino and lots of island-type shops. Cruise ships visiting Freeport use nearby Lucaya to stage daytime excursions – snorkeling, parasailing, shopping, beaches, etc. There is a beautiful hotel there and plenty of restaurants. Being tied up so close to all of this activity, we just walked off our boat and explored the area. We bought fresh lobster from a local diver ($25 for 5 good size whole lobsters!) and John and Dan ...
... Park is $3 per person. The trail is an easy hike with simple trails to follow. There are many beautiful butterflies in the field- big and small. Our first cave was at Lucayan Cavern. This cavern was a burial mound for several Lucayan Indians that were buried under a rock in 6 feet of fresh water. Haunted much? Probably so we quickly left this cave.
The second cave: Ben's Cave, went deep down under and here we had to be sure not to make any sudden sounds because this ...
... today we will sail to Treasure Cay. It's sunny and light SSE winds are predicted. The water temp is 85 and we are all motoring. It's only 29 miles today. While transiting these islands the time just flies by. A typical day when we are moving the boat involves getting up at 6 a.m., having coffee & breakfast, doing dishes, gathering the binoculars, chart books, VHF hand held radio, storing the generator if we used it and checking the chartplotter to make sure all the ...
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