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... there were enough tourists to fill a second catamaran, I was able to get a very nice sunset shot of the second boat.
On April 2nd, we docked in Curacao. We decided to skip the organized excursions and instead explore the port town of Willemstad on our own. Mariana’s new wheel chair gave us mobility we’d not have had otherwise, allowing us to cover a lot of ground. Curacao is among the prettiest of ...
... passengers. We decided to sit at the front and enjoy the swell of the waves rather than the spray that those who sat at the rear were soaked in. Our first stop was at a coral reef where over the years Stingray fish have come to gather due to local fishermen dumping waste fish in the waters. It was great fun snorkelling in the shallow waters as they swam around our legs. There were various other points we stopped at and the two local lads were both fun and ...
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It was nice to take a walk and do something other than eating and sleeping and it put a big grin on all our faces.
Later that afternoon, David and I went swimming in the sea. The picture (below) is of me swimming in the Caribbean. Yes I know I just look like a dot in the Ocean, but trust me the way I was floundering around, you would not want to see any close ups.
... bobbing and relaxing in the sun.
We didn’t want to leave, however, we were all hungry so we drove further around the bay to Darkwood Beach and found a fabulous beachside café. We all had burgers and I tried their rum punch. This drink is very popular in the Caribbean and is basically good dark rum and sweet juice, usually guava and other fruit.
We dropped the kids back at the ship and Gary and I ...
Elaine thought she had Rory Bremner sitting in front of her, and when we looked, sure enough it was him. He seemed very figity and didn't seem to be able to sit still for very long.
The flight was 4,093 miles and took 8 hours and 57 minutes. It was about 4.30pm in Antigua (4 hours behind London), hot (27c) but a bit cloudy, and it was great to be back.
We got through passport control and customs with the usual Cairbbean mix ...