Travel Blogs from Nassau
... I am sooooo glad I did not know. I guess being a good sleeper is a good thing sometimes. We only waited a bit before they said we could leave the ship.
We disembarked on time and went through the check-out process. They have this down to a tee and all went smoothly and quickly.
We got to the shuttle and when we arrived at the Park & ...
... on this.
From the dock, I took a right and walked on the sidewalk to a local free beach. There were a mix of tourists and locals on the beach which is nice to see.
If you want to get cheap beer, Nassau is the place to be. Along the beach are plenty of little huts selling alcohol/beer and local food. I also passed on this as I knew I would be back on the cruise ship soon and able to go to the all you can buffet that NCL offers ...
... and then headed back to the beach to do some snorkelling.
We found a nice area of a beach that only had a couple of people swimming in it. Still - the majority of people were in the same area as in previous cruises. I don't understand why people want to huddle together in one area when there are so many other beautiful areas to swim in. To each is own - That's what they always say..
Anyways, Joanne and I took some food from the buffet to use while snorkelling - to bring ...
... chambers, which are side by side. The staff member closes the clear doors on each chamber, then pushes a button to simultaneously launch the riders. A female computer voice counts down: “3, 2, 1…..” and then WHOOSH, the floor beneath your feet falls like a trap door! You whiz down the tube, then actually go up for awhile before descending to Deck 16 and spitting out into an exit chamber full of water. Fantastic fun! I’m so glad ...
... as a guide. They saw fish, sea turtles and coral.
A kayak was hired and we all had a little paddle of that. Zoe getting a little over tired after so many days of fun managed a sleep on the beach under the umbrella and I just relaxed in the shade and watched the world go by. This was a quick stop in port and before long we had to get back into the death rider...I mean taxi and back to the ship. What! we still had 30 minutes before the ship sailed...TO THE STRAW ...
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