MoonRaker Beach Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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As always we have a leisurely start to the day. We're on the countdown now as Ruth and Malcolm leave on Sunday and we go on Thursday. We just keep talking about how fast the time has gone and we're not ready to go home. Mum doesn't want to leave at all.
Over breakfast we exchange stories of our experiences of the two restaurants we went to last night - both very different of course.
It's a beach day ...
... nervous and the bride was stunning in white.
We continued on into the Plantation house to see the history, antiques, living quarters, cellars and pictures of past and current Governors. My little politician was delighted to see that with time there were many Governors of color and most importantly, many were women. She took many pictures of the upstairs living and sleeping areas.
We were lead outside under the trees ...
... on the seat belt sign for our final approach into Grantley Adams Airport.
We disembarked the aircraft into the Caribbean sunshine. A welcome cool breeze blew across the tarmac as we made our way to the bus that would take us to the cruise terminal and M/V Ventura. It was with a sense of déjà vu that we travelled to the port as we had been here only 10 months before, when we boarded the M/S Braemar for the start of ...
... retired US Army doctor who has lived in many places around the world including some pretty hairy situations. For many years Germany has been her home, that’s where her husband and four grown children are. Holly is knowledgeable about pretty much everything from medicine to knitting to international travel. She never mentioned a number so as not to sound arrogant, but her cruise totals are in the high double digits. Holly ...
... they swim right past you. At one point, one of them swam right up to my face, looked at me and then when up for air.
I actually had a great moment with one of them. After taking a bit of food, the turtle swam up to me and then alongside me. I was slightly outside of the circle of people which was apparently, where the turtle wanted to be. She swam alongside me and we went a few strokes side-by-side in silence. It was amazing and really ...