Deerfield Beach Motel
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... we packed in between - we can't believe it's over! Tonight we had drinks with our new friends, Diane & rob , and dinner with Judy & Murray and Mel & Marcia at Qsine - it was a nice way to end our cruise and say goodbye - we ate too much - shocking! On to ...
... were so rough that the tender couldn't get us across to Princess Cays where we were to indulge ourselves enjoying a "BBQ on the beah day". Fine by me, I prefer to stay on the ship anyway. It seduces you into a state of blissful lethergy, whilst at the same time producing a sense of fear incase you miss some of the entertainment on board. An odd combination.
I was having random thoughts about peoples' comments that they would hate being confined on ...
... were close to all the amenities. Ft. Lauderdale is as wonderful as I remember it! As we arrived it didn't even bother me that we had to make it past TEN more lift bridges to get there!
John and Joanne, our EYC dock mates were already there. It was great to meet up with them again. We had visited with them one afternoon while we were in West Palm Beach with Jimmy.
Fort Lauderdale lives up to it's name. We are surrounded by mega-yachts, tour boats, day charters, ...
... diner, with Cuban music coming out. It looked like an old fashioned 50's diner, so we had a Cuban traditional breakfast. 3 eggs (poached), bacon, toast & cubed fries. It was not a silly sized portion, one we could easily manage with a coffee & hot chocolate. The idea to walk back seemed very unrealistic after having driven there, over countless bridges etc. we asked where best to get a bus, and we were directed up to the next street. As we turned into that street, ...
and emu while in Australia. We ate warthog, zebra, ostrich, kudu,
and more crocodile meat while in Africa. We ate everything and
anything in abundance without fear that we might tilt the ship.
We tried to do as much as we could
during sea days. We listened and prayed with Archbishop Desmond
Tutu. At night, we enjoyed many of the entertainers. We watched
several magicians ...