Pelican Landing Resort
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... covered in cheese. By the time I am finishing them, the boarding line-up is gone and I get on the plane. I can already feel the waves of processed flour and cheese sleepy time wash over me.
I size up my seat mates for inflight iPhone operation lesson requests and feel pretty comfortable I won't get them. Cursory salutations to both complete, NC ear buds in, ocean sounds set on repeat, I struggle to remain awake during the safety demo, but am fast ...
... boat polished for two days. Guess where all his dust ended up? (Oh, well, that is part of boating. One day our dust might end up on our neighbor's boat). While that was only an inconvenience, the neighbor was also loud and obnoxious. Fortunately, we only had to put up with him for about four days. He and his crew of drunken buddies were headed to the Bahamas where they will no doubt inflict their obnoxiousness on new victims. The last unpleasantness occurred when another ...
... is such a beautiful temperature so swimming is definitely on the agenda.
Back to the condo for leftover Thai dinner and fruit for lunch and a bit of relax time out of the sun. At 2pm, Gav heads out to pick up the rental car for our trip to the airport tomorrow.
When Gav's back, we head back to the beach for a couple more hours, more reading and swimming. Gav ...
... as a birthday present. I showed Brittany some of the adult only areas and we ran into Chip and Dale making rounds on the ship. Chip took Brittany off on her own and I wasn’t quite sure if I’d see her again soon! We also ran into a few other characters randomly on the ship (Pluto and Snow White).
Rooms were promptly ready at 1:30 pm and our all of our luggage showed up almost immediately after we gained access to ...
... sudden force of the rocket blasting from the earth...SMILING! I couldn't smile any bigger, I was loving it and Zoe...She was too!. We had rocket booster release, then a planned rolled maneuver before a jolt and then the quiet and stillness of space was achieved. As we drifted slightly forward in our seats to feel a little of what weightlessness would be like the cargo bay doors opened and there we were staring out at the blackened space covered in stars and the earth floating below us. ...