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Off the ship at 9:30 and into town, this crew is downright organized. Directed to the correct meeting spot on the ship, instructions for the best places in town (can you spell kickback?) and correct coloured wristbands on, we are all good to go.
Marilyn and I decided to head into town early before our scheduled excursion to walk and shop and take care of an important promise for Marilyn. The Carribean had been Sharon's last 'good' (read ...
... after breakfast (that means around 10:30 or 11 AM :-) we chose our position, put out towels on the loungers, applied suntan lotion, took up position and became lizards. Annie read her Kindle book and I listened to mine and the only interruptions were to get something to drink, turn the loungers towards the sun as it moved (well actually the earth rotated), had a swim, got a late lunch, or just chatted about what an amazing day we were having. This all ended ...
... only 2 other people and
one staff member. The other people present were on their first cruise
and we talked a lot about the differences between the ships, available
itineraries, and the like.
I was disappointed in the Walk for Wishes. I was told it only raised
about $500, I would have liked to see it get 10 times as much. About 20
of us walked 3 laps around deck 12 with most of us stopping at the end ...
... with me. I felt like a little girl all over again. Swimming, jumping waves and listening to the ocean speak its words. We held hands and sheltered each other from the crashing waves. Sat on by the shallow end and meditated or rather just laughed about nothing at all. Just taking in every breath and feeling the waves as it crashes on our backs.
Having enough wet sand in our pants we finally decided to leave. Good timing too because at this rate it started to rain a ...
... browns & grits. In the afternoon we collapsed on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. We met tourists from all over the country. This one woman from Indianapolis showed us her scars from donating a kidney last year to her brother who is a physician in Maui. Later it was a farewell get together for Steve from Chad & Julie's boat. He flies back to Illinois tomorrow. So we held the party on Savage and Jack & Steve both brought their guitars. It was a beautiful night.