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... long as it's in your carry-on) and other essentials. Probably not worth the cost unless you have a rental car or really need many last-minute items to justify the cost of the cab ride. But our family came here to party, and the fun continues!
I ready our carry-on for the cruise, as we have an early embarkation time (we want to make the most of our time on the boat). I pack our swimsuits, cruise docs, passports, and water bottles so we are all set. Good night!
... s a lot of pygmy hippos. The rest of North America (including Canada) has a total of 34 pygmy hippos. In fact, Rum Creek Ranch has more pygmy hippos than any other place on the planet outside of West Africa (let’s hope for the species’ sake there are more than 40 left in the wild). And they have lots of other things too, including bongo, waterbuck, anoa, gaur, Indian rhino, and white rhino. The facility is pretty impressive, and the animals are some of the healthiest ...
... takes a fraction of the cost). But apparently the seas around GSC, in the Bahamas’ Berry Islands group, are often choppy and I’ve learned the stop often must be canceled due to poor sea conditions. Mega bummer.
Showered, then Mike and I sat down to dinner at Teppenyaki at 7:20. Teppenyaki, which we have done twice on the Norwegian Pearl, is a Japanese restaurant where you sit at stations of eight people and a chef cooks all your ...
... but understand the importance - they LOVE their country and the people in their country - they will go out and elevate those around them. I get it now.
We are also helping to educate local children. This group is also employing local translators / cooks / security, etc which helps the local families - buying bread from the locals - which by the way was delicious.
We were able to enjoy our time and our translators were ...
... good luck because otherwise you are just asking for a pain-in-the-butt travel day. It was one long and stressful day flying from Dallas to Orlando (via Atlanta) and then catching a shuttle over to Port Canaveral. The first leg of the trip actually wasn't too bad as we had upgraded our plane seats to deluxe economy and it was a newer plane. We had leg room, everything was orderly and the guy sitting next to us was very pleasant to ...