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... and even a pretty blouse into the bin. It seemed they couldn't trust us with these items. The lady human spoke in a somewhat peeved voice something about 'never even wore that'. Well, that morning the maid put a special mat on the bed when she cleaned and I knew things were about to happen. After lunch my master lifted me out and in no time had me comfortably packed, though I confess I seemed to have put on some weight since San Francisco and I'm sure ...
... members who were conveniently at the front of the queue. Yes, we are on this cruise solo. Definitely Owen’s idea. Our stateroom was located on deck 10 on the starboard side, and the balcony gave us spectacular ocean views where we enjoyed the beautiful sun setting over the Gulf of Mexico. Dinner at the Windjammer Marketplace was right up Owen’s alley (and Hayley’s, I suppose). It was a complimentary buffet. ...
... while Rob goes to get Stella…divide and conquer. No sense hauling it back to the airport. However, if we do this again, whoever stays behind will not leave the secure area. This would be more enjoyable if I were sitting at a bar with a drink.
Overall it was a great trip, everyone had a fun time, even the first time cruisers – lots of fantastic memories, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we did it again sometime soon. ...
... up tearing apart my (broken) case with the inbuilt keyboard to get some steel wire to open the SIM card slot. after about half an hour we finally got it working. We ended the day by going to some grimy, but really fun rap club with Tolon's friends from school. It was a very different clubbing experience but at least we went out a little bit in the greatest party city in the US. We're now on our way to Peru and I am not very excited to fly a south american ...
... There is more than 23 miles of beaches but very little surf by Australian standards. Fort Lauderdale is the wreck dive site capital of the United States with more than 80 coral and artificial reefs.
We caught the Sun Trolley ($2 per person to ride all day) that links the beach with restaurants and shops along the picturesque Las Olas Boulevard to the Historic Arts and Entertainment district where we boarded a ...