The Ginger Lily Hotel
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Spent the day chilling out in the cabin and in around the ship. Very busy up on the sun decks, not many sun beds to be had and very hot agAin. Had quite a bit of sun the previous day so decided to go easy today. Watched a bit of the Man U v Liverpool match in the Exchange after breakfast, watched some ...
... up with this hectic social life). After dinner we didn’t go to the show ( an instrumentalist ), we ended-up in Jammers nightclub (again) for a few drinks and a laugh at JoJos’ dancing before an early night.
Tomorrow is a sea day, which we are both looking forward to.
Wednesday we are in Bonaire, . Wonder if the vendors will be selling cheap ...
So where to start.... We had a great crossing with no dramas to report which is good. Saw lots of whales at one point they were surrounding the boat swimming from back to front and left to right, having watched too much frozen planets I thought they were trying to submerge us to cut off our oxygen supply and eat their dinner, rest assured they were just playing. Robs fishing line was yet again not up to the standards and a few days in we ...
... rings I decided not to rush such a marvelous decision and instead choose a ring of blue topaz, my birth stone, to mark the occasion. The deep blue of the stone reminds us both of the majestic ocean we have been cruising all summer and we agree that nothing could be more perfectly significant.
Saint Lucia had more parting gifts for us as we spent the last days on island watching its fantastic sunsets and off shore thunder storms resulting in brilliant ...
... in the market, Tyler decided he wanted some sunglasses. He asked one of the vendors if there were any for sale in the market. He was told no, we needed to cross the street to the other market to find those.
As we crossed the street to the other market we were intercepted by Romanus. He "sold" us on a quick tour of the island for $10 per person. So, after poking around a little bit, when we came out of the market we found Romanus (actually ...