Otrobanda Hotel and Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Evidently, its not mandatory that you visit the ABC's in proper order.
We walked into town, on a croc hunt. The shoes, not the 4 legged kind. But came up empty handed. Weather was very warm and very humid, so since we couldn't find what we were looking for, we decided to head back to the ship and chill out on the balcony with a good ...
... in pairs. Like the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Queensland, Australia, the corals and the fish had relatively dull colours, having been bleached by the sun. We'd have had to have dived quite a distance to see more vivid colours. The sea bed dropped away to a depth of about 30 metres. Nevertheless it was an interesting ...
As we make our way to the turning point we pass the floating market, small vessels off-loading their produce, tugs and pilot boats, the latter no doubt waiting to escort other ships in and around the Port.
It doesn't take long for the colourful buildings to be behind us and as we go a little further our captain negotiates a full circle turn in a more industrial area and not as pretty so hopefully those late risers haven't missed the prettier entrance.
There is ...
Diving day for Mike. Beach day for Angee. The divers were outfitted with gear and tanks and we loaded into the van. We were driven out to a beautiful, expensive resort area to a beach named Jan Thiel. The divers did two dives with a one hour lunch break in between. I snorkeled and swam and sunned and read my book with one other non-diver. Her husband was Mike's dive buddy. They were an older couple, probably in their mid ...
... used them for shelter, and left behind cave drawings, or petroglyphs, estimated at 1,500 years old.
Today, they are classed as 'show caves' and are dimly lit as well as having guard rails and dedicated paths, for safety reasons as well as to preserve the rock formations. We also saw a fabulous underground lake and we could hear the eerie echoing drip of water.
We were also fascinated to see large bat ...