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... Beach. Headed to Jolly Harbor where we will provision for the trip to St Bartz and St Martin. Pam from Colorado leaves today. We have a couple from England joining tomorrow for a few days- sail to St Bartz and St Martin. Spent most of the afternoon hanging out at Sheer Rocks resort pool. The views from the Infiniti pools were ...
... it gets charged to David's room.
Late last night Elaine and David got a message from their daughter Maddy saying that David's brother, Alan, had been taken ill on holiday in Grand Canaria, but his travel insurance did not cover him as it was a pre-existing kidney problem which had flared up. All they could do was try to get him home today, as planned, and rush him straight to A & E in the UK when he lands at Gatwick. This ...
... night at the back bar somehow someone came up with a bet for the worst reggae gear to be judged by JoJo. So shopping should be interesting and tonight should be fun.
Spent the first couple of hours in St John’s trying to get internet access as the ship’s internet was down all day and we have to book flights and accommodation in Melbourne on grand final day for my nephew, Andrew’s wedding (we ...
... his reading immensely.
Mid week we had a 165 foot sailing vessel pull up beside us in the marina. The Lord Nelson is a pioneer in the sailing community because it is one of two ships built to enable people of all disabilities to sail. There were about 40 crew members paid to be on the ship and 10 full professional crew members. They set sail from Brazil and were heading up to Nova Scotia before returning to England. The total number days ...
... on huge plates of fattening food downed with creamy cocktails. Then there are others walking, no hobbling is a better term, looking like death may be sitting on their shoulders waiting to pounce.
Do we miss Seabourn? Yes. Will we sail on this ship again? Probably not. Are we enjoying ourselves? Yes
Tomorrow we arrive in St Johns is the US Virgin Islands. Can't wait.There should be lots more news after a couple of shore days.