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... a gym so I might go there tomorrow we will see what the plans are.
We had drinks at the marina bar Curly's and ate in their restaurant a really nice meal, I liked the bar better higher up and we had a really nice sunset. After dinner we walked down to Snappas a local bar really fun atmosphere and they had a live band, a group of locals and they were great, Bob Marly and new songs too pretty talented bunch.
A great day and night.
... the plan to the applause from the rest of the passengers. So they took us to a 4 star Holiday Inn nearby with a restaurant on site, and a pool and hot tub. We were like gypsies in the palace! We ate our dinner of rib eye steak on the patio next to the pool.
In the morning we took the shuttle after a full service breakfast. So now it's Thursday, Dec. 18. Hooray, hopefully we'll get there today. But our boarding time was changed 4 times before ...
... yo top it off we also saw her first school of dolphins. On arrival we anchored off Lynyard cay having 3 attempts to lay the anchor securely - think we may gave been a little nervous after our previous 3 nights! Safely settled we tucked into fresh Dorado for ...
... of Wilderness.
This week has felt quite long... I had one morning off where I went to explore the island, but it was a public holiday so not much was happening. I had breakfast at Capt N Jacks. Currently I am having a dinner at Harbour's Edge with lovely Argentinian wine, live music, great views (some lookers too) and a super vibe. If I can know for certain that I can look forward to something like this once ...
... driving wind and rain, not knowing the status of the anchor. It was still out in front of the boat and perhaps providing some bit of hold. Fortunately no other boats were dragging down upwind of his position.
Looking back at the large motor yacht behind him, he could see a woman inside through the window watching him as she sipped from a champagne flute – apparently oblivious to the potential of crunching fiberglass. After ...