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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The hotel had a complementary shuttle that dropped us off at the port ready to depart for the Bahamas. We drove through a massive downpour on our way to the ship..... The sky looks very troubled. On board and unpacked for the next 4-days ;). Set off to find lunch....on board. In the distance you can see the rain storm pouring down ...
... the over-water flights. Although I’m pretty much prepared for where I’m going, I knew if any last minute questions came up I probably could get an answer at Bayan.
I’m treating myself to a hotel overlooking the beach for New Year’s Eve. It’s finally warm, the sun is shining and the ocean has a parade of cargo ships and cruise ships coming and going from the port adding motion to the scenery. Like always, the ...
... was a tiny 50 person jet that looked more like a private jet than a commercial airline. After a short delay on the tarmac, we were up in the air high above the clouds before the sun had risen. Steffie and I managed to get in a short nap on the 90 minute flight to Ronald Reagan Airport in Washington DC. The landing was smooth and we didn’t have far to walk to get some breakfast which was big enough but airport food is rarely satisfying. It was a 2 hour layover which ...
... they were LOVELY!!! Also got a box of giant malt balls (Maltesers).
Storms were forecast for Saturday, so decided to have an early walk along the beach and some breakfast, then around 3pm off to a bar to ride out the thunder and lightning that was expected. Got to the bar just before the storm hit. Thankfully, I couldn't here the thunder over the country music playing on the jukebox. However, there was so much rain that the parking lot outside flooded, and the water came ...
... step inside these jaws and raise them above my head without being touched by the teeth.
Regretfully, I showed these jaws to the Doctors after our fishing excursion, who were going to fly me back to Cairns the following day. They begged me to sell them to them for a handsome price--- I thought at the time. I would love to have them in my possession today.
You should have seen our landing back in Carnies, after the pilot and his buddy’s threw back a couple ...