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... exploring the town, we headed back to the ship and enjoyed the quiet of a relatively empty vessel. Our departure wasn't until late evening, which made sense because we only had about 100 miles to our next stop. It was really nice to be able to enjoy the sunset and watch the lights come up in town.
... br> Back on board the catamaran it’s party time. Not yet noon, who’s keeping track? The rum punches are flowing and the open bar is packed, music is playing and I’m dancing on deck as we pull away from the Antilla. There’s a stop at a popular beach where we get to kick back in the sun, sip our drinks and have a snack before heading back to the cruise ship.
On the return trip we made fast ...
... boring. An exhausted PA engineer doesn't help either; the sound is cracking and unbalanced. Waiting until close to midnight is tedious, the burning fast with little ritual. Some crackers inside the Momo burst, and then it all fades away. An anti-climax. But isn't that the goal?
... that the trade winds blow) When I remember the name of the funny trees,
I will post it! There are some pictures
of the funny little trees included anyway.
We saw some rock
formations which were slightly inland.
These were created at the time the Island was formed from a volcanic
eruption deep under the sea. Even
inland, the remnants of the sea bed are apparent as you walk around on coral
which is hundreds ...
... had fun catching up. It was a nice way to start the day.
After leaving Tropical Haven we made a quick stop at a local grocery store. I was disappointed they did not have Diet Pepsi but they plenty of Diet Coke so I’m set for the rest of the cruise. No more Coke Light, hooray!
We next drove the length of Aruba to the far eastern side of the island. This is the windy side of Aruba, where the almost constant trade ...
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