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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... their team with two English ladies and an American bloke. It was a good team effort though as we won...another Celebrity cruises luggage tag!
For the rest of the day there wasn't much as far as activities (unless you count the Hot Glass Show or Flash Mob rehearsal), so I mainly relaxed around the pool and went in the whirlpool before dinner. It was formal night again tonight so we again dressed up for a night in the Silhouette room.
Whilst Ted and ...
... it was on it's way. They also told the company that we were waiting with them.
The minibus arrived at 6.50 and the driver jumped out, called the name of the other couple and helped them on. I stopped him and said we we going too but he was very abrupt and said, "Is your name Scott?", (the name of the other couple) when I said no he said then you are not on my list and jumped into his seat and drove off before I could say another word. We had not seen a ...
... back for our dinner(it gets dark very quickly about 6). Then suddenly Johnny started waving and motioning us back along the beach. At first I thought he was worried about the ominous black clouds overhead, but then one of the Guardians (local people paid to keep watch over the turtles) waved us over to where the hatchlings were emerging from the nest. Well this is a sight I shall never forget! Over 100 of these little creatures ...
... Dee also bought a coaster set.
We had lunch at the buffet, then it was time for our excursion. We weren't too optimistic about the excursions since the last two hadn't been worth the money.
We boarded our bus, our excursion was Rainforest Walk, Canal Cruise and Banana Walk. Our tour guide was Ferdinand. He ended up being a great guide. He knew a lot about the country and was excited to educate us.
... jungle with the tallest trees I have ever seen, serenaded by birds of different varieties. The next day we had four trips planned and we woke early (5.15) to the sounds of monkeys playing in the trees. First trip was a canoe ride along the river and into the national park (before breakfast!). This was a great way to see wildlife as there was no motor to disturb the animals and we could just float alongside the edges. We saw an emerald basilisk lizard basking in the morning sun ...