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... had it to ourselves, which is always my preference (really missing the balcony). We were entertained by an old guy with long dreads, missing an eye and most of his teeth - he played guitar and sang pretty well, although every song had the requisite reggae over-lay. After lunch, Pepper had to stop by his place to pick up some things. His place is also a B&B (Suite Pepper) and he rents cottages, in addition to his tour guide and taxi businesses - ...
... in the ocean, with the mega yachts in the background, but they forgot about me on the beach. Maybe they think owls can't swim??? I have an observation....Susan is the thinnest of all The Ladies, but she is ALWAYS hungry! How does that chick eat that much and stay so friggin' slim??? Maybe she has a tapeworm? Or....maybe she just has a metabolism that could light up New York City! Just when Alston, Mary and I are settling in for some serious relaxation...Susan tells us we ...
This week has been fantastic for life on the island. I have seen a plethora of moray eels - green and spotted. Including a GIANT green moray eel, a free swimming spotted moray eel, and a sleeping spotted moray eel. There has also been a lot of babies swimming around - a tiny file fish, a tiny trumpet fish and a tiny porcupine fish!!! All of which are unbelievably cute! ...
... laid-out, most-pleasant port I have ever been to in all my Caribbean port visits.
That's not to imply it is the most charming, or "most fun", or most-breathtaking place you can visit in the Caribbean; only that it clearly thought of tourists first, and put their wants and needs first when designing their port facility and the tourist areas of Philipsburg.
When you first stop off the ship there is a 1-minute walk ...
... of Port Canaveral. There are 14 of us, Mom, Bill, Ted, Kaye, Bonnie, Duane, Russ and me, Teddy and Lou and Ted’s son Tom, his wife Julie and their baby Becky. Quite a gaggle!
We spent the first three and a half days at sea. That is way too long to be at sea.
But, we got to have some quality time with the family.
The first couple of days were ...