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... school, the little
ones delightful, in their various uniforms, a lunch room, where they were
sitting eating, and what was in their lunch boxes, tiny sushi ,of course…
little bands of kids, in different uniforms, being carefully counted by their
carers/teachers, one little band holding a line to keep them together, it was
so gorgeous. In a part for the children to dabble in ,were the round orange things
we saw the diver take, ...
... The ship is a cashless society. Everything one purchases is charged to the credit card one registers upon boarding (I think one can also deposit a large amount of cash, but I’m not sure).
There also is no tipping, BUT one’s account is charged $11.50 US per person per day to be divided up among the staff in lieu of tips. This seems expensive, but these guys and gals work extremely ************g periods of time for low wages (and our wish is ...
... to be staying is a typical beach town filled with dozens of western restaurants and shops selling beach clothes and towels. On this night it wasn't particularly rowdy seeing as it was a Tuesday, but the restaurants were filled as usual with foreigners who, presumably live near by and teach in the area. After a late dinner and a short walk around the neighbourhood, we turned in to get a good night sleep and get ready for our first full day in sunny ...
... that and the guts come out, done. Another woman was bashing the fish on the ground and we were trying to work out what she was doing, well apparently trying to knock out the fish. Didn’t work very well as when she went to cut its head off it was wriggling everywhere. After she chopped its head off it was still wriggling everywhere. Now that was fresh fish.
After all that we decided to brave the ...
... Commonwealth Commemoration Ceremony.
The Ceremony commenced and so did the change of wind direction, causing a slight headache for the organisers when the wreaths and larger floral tributes decided to go for a walk during the ceremony.
After the service it was now time for us to walk around the cemetery in which the immaculate graves are laid out in the Countries for which they served.
We made our way to the UK area.