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... 8217;s grandbabies. So glad all is well with them - any names?
Kay: So glad Samantha has had her op - have you strangled Grant yet????? I hope she recovers well. Have been thinking of her. Steve and I would love to come to your party!
Bernadette: There are so many Aussies on the boat from Adelaide and it seems they are all Port supporters - can’t get away from them lol.
Carolyn: Good to hear from you. Steve doesn’t feel so bad now - ...
... takes us for a quick trip in this mysteriously subterranean water (quoting from the tour description). We have a bit of time to buy souvenirs. Jeannette buys a gift for her sister Yvonne, who is having a birthday today. I buy a bottle opener. The ship sells crown seal beers, but doesn't provide an opener.
We then go to Fiskardo, somewhat optimistically described by the tour guide as the Greek version of St Tropez !, where we have lunch. It is a very attractive coastal ...
... in 1953 destroyed pretty much all of the island, one interesting fact we were told was that before the earthquake the island population was 125,000 and now there is only approximately 30,000 (must have immigrated to Australia) we did however go to the local museum which did show some photos, clothing and artifacts that were recovered for prosperity and was quite ...
... Grill is more upmarket and costs an extra $29. We had a complimentary meal there on our first night, thanks to Mel & Carmellio who planned and booked our trip.
Canaletto is Italian themed and costs an extra $10.
The Dive In is a burger and hot dog eating area open from 11:30 to 18:00 (we are at sea, sailor talk)
At 10:15, we take a tour of the Galley, which prepares over 3000 meals daily. There is no commentary, but they provide ...
The day started very early for Justin, Ty and me. Around 3:00a.m., I kept hearing this soft "meowing...". I thought it was in. Y dream for the longest time. The cries sounded younger than Nelson. If they "kitten" were in the water off the dock, it would not keep "meowing" for two hours. It was around 5:30a.m., when Justin was the first one up, because he could not stand to hear the kitten screaming for help. He quietly grabbed a flashLight out of the dog ...