Paradise Harbour Club and Marina
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Travel Blogs from Paradise Island
... a young guy with a Georgia Tech shirt on so he stopped to talk with him. Seems he is off to Tech in the fall. I walked out the side door and discovered there is a beautiful yacht basin there with many yachts parked there. Before we left the ship, we had seen Dee Dee and Mike and they told us about trivia back on the boat at 4 pm, so are going back to give that a try.
After we got back to the ship, Charles and Bob went up to the pool deck. ...
... were in the Navy! Something I would personally have kept to myself. But something that you see quiet often here is as soon as a person is identified as a military person, the fun and teasing stops and respect and gratitude for that person is immediately offered by everyone. Something that is definitely not the norm back home.
Ok, all planned entertainment had come to an end. Kids were in bed sleeping and so should we. It was going to be an early start in the morning ...
... so basically slept until dinner when we revisited Giovanni's. On a second tasting, this has to be one of my favourite restaurants onboard. The food is great and the staff are too. They're especially funny when you get on the subject of fatties - they have so many stories to share about passengers who order 5000 calories worth of food and dessert only to ask for a sugar free scoop of ice-cream as a side to their chocolate cake because they want to eat "healthily". LOL.
... looking manicured grounds. Dream on! The pictures speak for themselves!
We made our way towards the well indicated "Predator Lagoon" where we saw sharks, barracudas and many other creatures. The place was crowded which made it hard to take pictures without them! :-(
Once outside, we followed our guide back to ...
... half a chance. How amazing the docking of these massive boats is. The island of St Thomas looked spectacular as we entered port and it didn't let us down. All 19 of us piled in to an open air taxi and took off to Magen's Bay which is listed as the sixth most beautiful bay in the world. We decided to go up the mountain to look over the bay before we wound our way down the very winding, narrow road. Luckily the Mountain Top bar is renowned for their banana dacqueries so we ...
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