Pick-a-dilly Parliament Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Travel Blogs from Nassau
... much the same as Captain Birdseye. "G'day mate" we're the first words out of his mouth and I learnt his name was Stretch (real name never revealed to this day) He is a kiwi and introduced himself as my watch leader. I was promptly instructed to go below, make up my bunk and get issued my kit. All I can say is I'm glad I packed light - I had a top bunk at the very front aka the port bow with a small locker to stow my belongings. After organising I had a chance to meet other voyage ...
... we got seated there and enjoyed some fish and chips.
We went shopping after lunch and bought matching tops, headed back to our room and began packing. This made both of us nauseous cause the ship was rocking back and forth, so we went for pizza and cones--cause eating just seems to make it all better! And it worked.
We started watching the movie, The Judge, until time to play bingo. We got our cards and there was quite the crowd as ...
... a very quick checkpoint as we came back to our boat you can hear the music cranking and a little welcome wagon of crew members from the boat out having a little party. We had a quick rest and headed off. We stumbled on the artist signing so went back to the room and got our towel. Saw nina again, got all the artists there to sign the towel probably most famous was dj snake. We were the last people so they were in a hurry to get us ...
... I'm one of the few who haven't been in our party. We decide that we'll go down and disembark before noon but take the morning to check out the pool and the kids go down the other water slide (not the aqua duck--there are height restrictions). They all ride the yellow slide like 20x. It's pretty fun to watch their smiley faces light up each time they come down. I love that they're all having fun together. It's ...
... in the dining area and ate it. I say this because a few people tried to take it to the sun-beds, but barely made it 20 yards as their plates were empty due to the ravenous birds about, which was very funny to see. A little walk around, and some more lying down took up a few more hours, until a storm threatened the island. A few lightning bolts and rain scared off most of the tourist, but us hardly travellers stuck it out, and it was worth it. Most of the ...