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... sandwich with ONE piece of Cheese
· -We are charged for a Bacon, Turkey, Cheese Sandwich ($8.29)
· -Back to hotel
· -Can’t get into parking with our keys, so take a ticket
· - Go to front Desk… Tell Andrew, who is a supervisor our story
· -He fixes our keys and now gives us access to the Marriott ...
... Electronic check in goes without a hitch but the subsequent bag drop takes some time. Leaving about an hour late our flight takes off at 1330. Once airborne I change my seat to a windows variety with more space. A good chance to catch up on films I have missed - American Sniper and A Most Violent Year.The seats on our Virgin flight are roomy ...
... but 13 will live there forever. That could be a long time as they live up to 80 years. There were some really teeny little baby ones. Reuben wanted to pick one up and put it in his pocket. They had a red mark on their shells, which meant they could go back to sea. There were a lot of green turtles swimming around. They only eat things that are green, and their meat is green, hence the name. They were put in cans until the 1960s can't legally be eaten any more :-) We fed them some ...
... excursions. We wandered the ship, shopping and taking in all the new venues. Buying a new duty-free perfume for Tonya is on the shopping list! They have a really nice buffet on this ship with all ranges of food from fresh fruits to a stunning salad bar, and stations for ethic food, pizza bar, pasta bar, carving stations and more. Tonya and I opted for a large salad and to eat outside and enjoy the sun. But, the weather has ...
... in 1499, evaluated it to be worthless agriculturally speaking and void of gold. So they promptly rounded up and shipped off all the indigenous people to the island of Hispaniola to live out their lives as slaves! Apparently the island was largely uninhabited until 1526 when a Spainard brought cattle to the island and needed laborers to tend herd. In 1633 the Dutch took control of Bonaire as well as Aruba and Curacao. Slave labor in Bonaire was used primarily in ...