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So we settled into the bar of the hotel last night with a couple of glasses of wine and updated our photos etc and ended up ordering from a set menu of Asian fusion/sushi inspired stuff. Small servings, but very tasty and it probably didn't hurt us to have less food for dinner for once. We had spicy rock shrimp with cerano aioli, yellowtail jelepno, organic chicken with Japanese potato salad, pork belly with black bean sauce, spicy tuna in house spicy ...
... catch up with rest. We are probably not good passengers though, as we are not used to "city living" with so many people. Going from place to place on the ship is challenging as there is really only 2 routes to the front. One through the buffet dining area where everyone is shuffling "like a warehouse shuffle on Christmas Eve" carrying their plates or looking for a place to sit. The other route ...
... from behind and took control of them. The maddest thing he did during the show was putting his whole arm in the alligator’s mouth. Now I’m sure he has done this many many times and whilst very entertaining to watch it just takes something to be a bit different and the alligator decide to snap his mouth shut… the jaws of a gator have over 1,000 pounds of closing pressure. Yikes! I personally would not want to ...
... changes in my mindset towards the little things. Little things that only a few months ago I was repulsed by. For example, I remember the very first meal we had in a hick town. I was disgusted with the fact some mid priced restaurants serve food with plastic cutlery and on polystyrene plates. Three months on, I've come to expect it. Every motel that includes breakfast, outside of cities, serves food on plastic and polystyrene, as so do some diners. We have stayed in ...
... lady in my hiking boots at that point). He’d spent 60 years living in South Beach, and now hung out in this café trying to talk to people, his friends having left him behind when they passed. I wanted to stay longer and chat with Joe, I’m sure he must have stories of mafia gangsters and wild times in Miami but it was time for me to check in and get out of my travelling attire. Joe said “I hope to see you again” and if ...
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