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... they have a deeper deck and 4 instead of 2 chairs. We had crudités and dip and shared a bottle of champagne. After chatting for about an hour we made our way to the Horizon Court buffet. We had a wonderful time and suddenly it was 3:30 and Rossana was heading off to make cards - one of the at sea shipboard activities this afternoon. They are such an interesting couple.
We do a couple of errand types of things - return library books, check our shipboard accounts, a little ...
... I’m tremendously pleased to see how Arubans incorporate these people in their carnival activities. There was the keyboard player who was hoisted on stage in the Caiso and Soca competition, the two boys in their wheel chair in the San Nicolas Children’s Parade, and now a group that is absolutely enjoying marching and dancing to the road music.
... in the Hubenil and Grand elections. Being of colour also is out of the question. Aruba is white, that should be the message, and even the participant representing San Nicolas, that calls itself Chocolate City, hasn’t got the slightest tan. Is that the reason why Mighty Talent has to win the Caiso & Soca for years in a row; to counterbalance with a black singer winning the most important music contest? Jurors are flown in from ...
... time, there is little stress. Time is taken to discuss the exact spot for additional parts, stones are glued one by one to patches, as if it concerns a precision clockwork. How heavy a costume will be is a matter of waiting till it's finished. The adrenaline during the march will help not to feel the weight too much.
... Dave is out snorkelling. He just saw a gigantic barracuda and other tasty fish. I like snorkelling too but not when I'm hungry.
ANTIGUA and its 365 white sand beaches was the one Caribbean island we didn't swim at. I was surprised Dave let me do an island tour by myself today, after yesterday's experience. Yesterday our prepaid water taxi didn't return for us from secluded Marigot Bay. Our only way back to the ship was a ride in a full on Rastafarian ya mon's car. This ...