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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Eleuthera
... Solve a Problem Like Maria. I found a spot way up high. Away from the crowds. And then, five minutes before it’s scheduled to start, 2 women take up the chairs beside me. And from straight from the opening credits they started…yadda, yadda, yadda…blah, blah, blah…incessant chatter. As much as I wanted to give them a piece of my mind, or at the very least, a stern glare…I took the high road, and relocated. I got back to my cabin this afternoon ...
... cabin to read up on what is in store for tomorrow at Princess Cays.
Sunday 8/3 – About 9:00am the ship anchored off Princess Cays (Bahamas) and we caught a Tender to shore. This section of the island is owned by and exclusively for Princess Cruise passengers and is set up just for ‘a day on the beach’. They transport everything to shore ie staff, food, drink, etc. There are about 3200 passengers on this cruise and about 1200 staff. ...
... to sit inside a bungalow all day where the view was interrupted by people walking by, and also, where the swimming wasn’t so good.
Same with the clam shells - at least 3 rows deep in some places so no view or very limited view of the sea and the beach.
At The Sanctuary, we turned and walked the other way and spied lots of striped fish in the water where the bridge was. On the other side of the waterway ...
... and we had a little game of fish chase right there on the coral
reef. He could have swum off completely
but he didn’t….he stayed just outside of my touching range the whole time and
swam around and around the rock.
I could have stayed
swimming with the fish for hours and hours but I could feel my shoulders
burning from the sun. Dave was relaxing
on a sun lounger in the shade of a palm tree and so I dragged myself from ...
... soccer with them and found it hard to believe that Donna was not using Facebook on the computer…these were small grade-school aged children!
We still had to stop at the grocery and liquor store, so after loading our blog entries for our November 2012 visit to Eleuthera and Little San Salvador we packed up and walked the short distance to those shops. Then it was time to head back to the boat. Fortunately, the brisk ...