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... another 45 minutes. Next we walked down the street find some food. We ended up chatting to a Jamaican guy and booking a tour for tomorrow around the island. On his recommendation we went to a Japanese place for lunch. It was delicious! We had teriyaki chicken and a beef dish. Then it was off to Wakkiki Beach for a swim. After some coaxing Bec finally went in and the water was delightful. We had some ice cream and then got back to the hotel at ...
... 8220;South Pacific”) Truly a lazy day. Since there was nothing to do onshore except lay on the beach and snorkel we elected to stay on board and relax. Went back to the Main Dining Room for breakfast and sat with more Australians; one of whom had traveled extensively in the states on business. We had a great conversation on economics, autos, fuel, trains, gun control, and other topics. We ended up staying for almost an hour. Good stuff.
... criminals who were experiencing their last few moments of freedom. It was concluded that I had been convicted of fraud, Josie and Nathan of murder and Matt was a rapist. The experience felt all the more real when entering the main prison. We were handed audio players which guided us around the prison. The voices on the player, and our tour guides for the morning, were ex criminals who had all spent time in Alcatraz; some due to their murderous streaks, others ...
... had to wait to watch before we were allowed to swim in the water it was worth the wait. Sadly my camera decided to pack up on me... looks like a new waterproof camera is on the cards. DOH!
After this a short drive to the Blowhole lookout... not overly impressive but there was a nut job swimming in the water, I have no idea how he got down there.
Driving to the other side of the island was an effort that took around ...
... humorous and did so many cool tricks, it was entertaining. The food was sensational and i couldn't be happier for mine and Matt's first teppanyaki experience. We were worried as he wasn't oriental and we were expecting one for a japanese experience. On ya Kris. When mike booked he mentioned it was our honeymoon and we paid a little extra for some cake and a photo. It was great, all the servers sung happy happy honeymoon ...
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