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... is now showing the time to be 1:48. Go figure. I still don't know what time it is. Got to breakfast and discovered it was actually 9:58 and they are getting ready to close the restaurant. Ordered pancakes and got some eggs off the buffet. Alice had already eaten and Charles and Bob had just ordered, so I made it in the nick of time. They brought me bread that was to die for. Had raisins, craisins and nuts. It was yummy. So far their breads are awesome ...
... The next day was absolutely gorgeous. We went snorkeling on nearby reefs and spent the day on the beach with three other couples who were on vacation for Gloucester, Massachusetts with the exception of one gentleman who was Bahamian.
On the third day the Rose Island anchorage became a very popular spot as we shared our anchorage with ...
We were able to get an early tender off the cruise ship. We wanted to make sure we got to the island bright and early - before the crowds of people started getting off the ship.
You have to take a tender boat to get to Great Stirrup Cay. It is not a long boat ride to get to the island and the waters were calm so everything went smoothly.
Once we arrived on the island, we noticed all the changes. We were still able to enjoy the island but it lost much of ...
... choose other tours. It's a bummer because the one we wanted on Grenada goes to a couple of places including a nutmeg processing operation. The tour that is our alternate choice doesn't do that - it goes to a rum distillery instead. I really had my heart set on the spice thing. We took the tender to Princess Cay around 11. Snorkeled a bit - it was pretty good - then lounged around in our ...
... satisfied customers in gratitude for work well done.
I'm ok. Still smiling, though the left side is drooping a bit.
Along with the gratuities letter was a sheet telling us the disembarkation procedures for Saturday, and boy, they are not going to be hanging around. Any bags to be taken ashore by the crew ($1 per bag tip expected) must be outside our room tonight, yes tonight, by 8.30pm. Our breakfast time for the morning is ...