Royal Palm Resort & Suites
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... bold I was being at the time but wanted to try something Bahamanian. I ordered the conch (pronounced konk) salad. I had stepped away and Marilyn placed the order. The staff asked her "does she know what it is?" Now isn't that a foreboding question! She said yes of course. And, in truth, I had no idea. I figured it was simply a salad with conch meat on top. Nope. It was a ceviche salsa essentially. It was the hottest thing I have ever eaten ...
Up early... Patrick was up at his usual 5 am. I woke before the alarm... so about 7:00. Enough time for a cup of coffee and a granola bar... 8:30 in the lobby to catch a ride with Buddy our local taxi driver. Today we talked with Katrina and Travis, each giving $ 6.00, we know a single ride is $ 12.00 . We just didn't ask today. He dropped us right at Unexso so we were there in plenty of time for the 9:00 boat. Today again a ride on the Sea Star. There were more of us so ...
... Miami and then about a 20 min ride to Freeport. Wow that was quick. The Freeport Airport looked like it was abandoned, nope just everyone was napping, we are on island time where everything stands still and there is no day light savings time. Short ride to the resort, unpack and check out the place. Nice place and nice people, room was recently refurbished 1 bedroom with marble floors. After getting settled we decide to go to ...
... Enchantment will be a step down, but only a small one. My first time on
Enchantment walking was problematic on the windswept "jogging track" but
they recently opened up the bow of the ship and Enchantment's deck 7 is
It was a very busy sea day but most of the activities that interested me
were in the morning, and some of the activities were quite poorly
attended. The Coffee Chat in ...
... hike we all made sure to avoid any wood and well, anything at all. Kind of funny because at one point a thin leaf grazed Vera's leg and she freaked out, thinking she was poisoned. Haha.
Crossed the path, over the bridge, through the woods, under trees when I finally saw an opening. I ran up the steps as fast as I could because I knew what lies beyond would be spectacular. And I was right. As I saw the view of the open ocean I jumped up and down like a maniac. It ...