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... and statues while you watch. We saw some beautiful pieces come back on the ship later.
Marilyn found a great tie-dyed embroidered T-shirt for a nice price - she was happy! I found my door sticker and I was happy. Off for lunch we stopped in at the Afterdeck Restaurant and sat out on the deck to take in the feel of the Marketplace and wildlife (geckos and pigeons). For lunch, Marilyn kept it simple ordering a lobster naan wrap. I didn't ...
... which was great since we over shopped and it would have been terrible to throw it out. Wonderful time in the Bahamas now we are packing up to head back to reality. Buddy gave us a ride to the airport and here we sit while I finish this blog. Oh one last comment, Patrick is like a sardine being squeezed into this little airplane. The flight attendant reminded him to duck, he's only 4 to 5 inches too tall for this airplane. I am not sure we may need to pedal to get off the ...
Early morning to get to the airport thinking that there was plenty of time... darn the Mass pike traffic is back up again. Traffic finally clear up so on to the Econo lot at Logan Airport, Interesting layout had to make about 50 turns to get to the long term parking also called three other names on the signs which adds to the fun, like a treasure hunt but no treasure. Oh finding the lot at the end is treasure. Flight was fine ...
I am finally beginning to feel like myself as the end of the cruise
nears. I was up at 5 and went out on the promenade deck for my normal
sea day walk. I usually walk 5 miles but had planned for 4 today
(allowing for more in the Walk for Wishes) but the Monarch's promenade
deck and the lovely weather were so inviting I continued for 5 miles (17
laps). For those in the Orlando area who like to walk on Monarch, ...
... bat cave. I must say, this is the first real life bat encounter I've ever had.
The park was smaller than I expected and a little disappointing until I got to the other side of the road. On our way to Golden Rock Beach, well lets just say that destination was well worth the 45 minute ride. As we walked, the very first sign we noticed was information in regards to the different types of plants in the area. The only thing that stuck out to us was the poison wood. So throughout ...